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    What are the best revision methods to get a*s and as at GCSE
    Going over content, writing notes and then testing yourself with questions from textbooks and past papers, as well as getting a feel for past papers and the style of questions they ask, then doing further revision to make sure that you can answer any type of question for any topic.

    This just takes regular amounts of studying (do some and figure out how many minutes/hours you feel okay with doing on weekdays and weekends) and regularly revisiting information.

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