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    What is the best way to organise files and school notes for revision? Should there be 2 folders for each subject as in one for revision and one for school work or for each unit? Thank you in advance, just trying to get organised for exam season!
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    I think one folder for each subject and put the topics of each subject in order as they come up on the spec. I say this as it will be easy for you to track through your notes and using the spec is great
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    what subjects do you do and what exam boards do you follow for each?
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    (Original post by alevellife123)
    What is the best way to organise files and school notes for revision? Should there be 2 folders for each subject as in one for revision and one for school work or for each unit? Thank you in advance, just trying to get organised for exam season!
    I have one small folder (ringbinder) for each subject that I bring to school and take notes in. Then at home I have a big lever arch file for each subject that I put my school notes and other sheets into when the ringbinders get full.
    I think it is good to organise your notes with file dividers for each unit and when u revise you could add your revision notes to your big folders (w/ school notes in).
 
 
 
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