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    Hiya,
    I'm new to the site 😌
    I was just wondering if anyone had any revision techniques they'd be willing to share? I'm currently in year 10 and will be sitting my moc exams towards the end of the year which I'm rather stressed about
    I'm trying to revise more effectively but I find that things I revise usually don't stick in my memory and I end up forgetting them in the exam which is worrying. If anyone, therefore, has any tricks/tips/techniques they'd be willing to share that'd be much appreciated because I don't know how I'm going to pass my exams otherwise

    PS: I'm a combination of all 3 types of learner (but mainly auditory)
    Many thanks!
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    I personally find making my own notes from the textbook or revision guide then giving/making myself questions on what I have learned is pretty good. The questions can be reused anytime to test you understand something closer to exams too
    Others prefer things like mind maps to give a general overviews
 
 
 
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