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    What is the best way to revise subjects, most don't really work for me.
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    What is your current method?

    Highlighting key points using different colours could help you and you can associate colours with different pieces of information. For example use pink for adjectives or yellow for verbs. I also think drawing a mind map will help visualise relationships between different pieces of information. You can use this website to build one for you.
    https://bubbl.us

    Also consider using flash cards that contain quizzes for each topic on one side, and then the revision material on the other side. That way you can revise and test yourself simultaneously, and they're small snippets of information so you can take it in easier. These are the methods that worked for me at university.
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    (Original post by Zak Davies)
    What is the best way to revise subjects, most don't really work for me.
    GCSE or AS/A level?
 
 
 
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