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    I recently made a revision timetable and today am meant to be revising for it but at the moment we're doing the controlled assessment so obviously I can't do it now but I was wondering what I can do in terms of revision?
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    (Original post by Naomeyz_01)
    I recently made a revision timetable and today am meant to be revising for it but at the moment we're doing the controlled assessment so obviously I can't do it now but I was wondering what I can do in terms of revision?
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    In general, have a quick flick through a past paper or two and look at what is required from you in terms of questions, then go through the official textbook and make notes, and practice answering questions if they are available. You can then use whatever methods you want to remember all of that and then do past papers. With geography there's just a lot of definitions and points that you need to remember so the more you see it, the more likely you'll remember it
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    I recently made a revision timetable and today am meant to be revising for it but at the moment we're doing the controlled assessment so obviously I can't do it now but I was wondering what I can do in terms of revision?
    Thanks:yes:

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    Maybe make flashcards of the case studies you know so far?
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    I recently made a revision timetable and today am meant to be revising for it but at the moment we're doing the controlled assessment so obviously I can't do it now but I was wondering what I can do in terms of revision?
    Thanks:yes:

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    If you're doing controlled assessment atm then there is no point in going over any new content until closer to exams, focus on learning you're facts and case studies so that once you've finished controlled assesments and move onto exam techniquie you dont have to waste time on learning all the little facts, it makes life so much easier!
 
 
 
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