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    im currently doing my A levels and i need to take them all in 1 year , so ill have 12 exams , im studying maths physics and business , can anyone recommend the most efficient ways to revise im thinking of starting now as i have 4 months till my exams
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    im currently doing my A levels and i need to take them all in 1 year , so ill have 12 exams , im studying maths physics and business , can anyone recommend the most efficient ways to revise im thinking of starting now as i have 4 months till my exams
    Thanks
    Hi,

    To be honest with you, there isn't a 'best' way to revise as everyone has their own way of doing things. Some people like creating mind maps to remember information, others like to write out essay-like answers, some like making flash-cards, and others may like creating lists or bullets points with key information. My advice would to find out the best way you revise if you haven't already.

    As for advice in general, I know that doing past papers are extremely helpful (after you have revised quite a bit) as you will get used to the kind of questions they may ask and how they expect you to answer in return. Another tip would be to create a revision timetable of certain topics/subjects to revise. By doing so, you'll get into the habit of revising a certain thing at a certain day/time. Hopefully at that point, it'll just be routine and you won't have to constantly motivate yourself or put things off.

    I hope that helps a bit, and all the very best for your exams! Take care
 
 
 
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