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    Is it beneficial to study with groups of people or are you better off revising on your own? I'm a sort of person who gets distracted easily and needs to be pushed into doing revision
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    It can be!
    Choose that friend wisley someone who wnats to commit to a single session at first and test the waters.
    Agree on the subject and how you are going to revise, and agee grounds rules...
    e.g. You could agree to go throught the biology syllabus (get from your teacher, or on line) and collate your notes, recording which sections you are missing notes for. You do one topic friend does other... share notes and tick list record. Twice the work half the time... then plan on filling the gaps in your notes. Ready for revising.

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    Choose wisely
    Try it once
    Plan ahead and agree ground rules, subject, what how etc before meet up ad NOT ON THE DAY
    Keep to 30 min session.
    Reward your self.
 
 
 

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