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    are there any good tips on revision? Just wondering
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    Eh... focus on what you read/do I suppose. Distractions are bad.
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    Research the type of learner you are i.e. visual/oral/kinaesthetic and experiment with techniques to see if they fit your style of learning. If you're a bit of both or a bit of all three, use a wide range of techniques to learn - meaning use a wide range of resources to aid your revision e.g. textbooks/revision guides/past papers/flashcards/videos/websites like quizlet/apps like gojimo etc..there's hundreds of things out there (also stuff that I used this year to help with my GCSEs)...and they are available electronically and non-electronically.
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    Thanks found this very useful and just starting to get ready for my GCSES... Im early at starting but good at forgeting thins so i thought the more i revise the better i might be thanks again for the help

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    Be consistent. You don't need to do a lot all at once, so long as you do a little every night throughout the year. That can be as little as just reading over your class notes.
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    Time management. Think about how long you need to revise in order to get the grades you want.
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    (Original post by Chloe.m.h)
    are there any good tips on revision? Just wondering
    Start early! Seriously, I told myself I would start revision in february, then in easter and then I ended up cramming by the revising the night/morning before the exam. Some subjects I just did absolutely nothing. Please please don't be lazy and don't procrastinate like I did!
 
 
 
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