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    Hi guys,

    I'm already beginning my revision for A2 Sociology and Law, and was wondering what revision technique(s) work well for you? Mine is condensing long booklets into short notes for law and revision cards for sociology.

    I look forward to hearing from you all!


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    I did Sociology at A level! I usually just make notes about all the important information, which forces me to read things carefully, and then spend time going over my notes every day. I made a separate booklet of notes with all the researchers names as well and did the same.

    Ask your teacher for some practice essays and try to do them in time and get your teacher to mark them

    Good luck friend, don't particularly miss writing essays at A2.
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    Try condensing all important info onto one side of A4, then after reading it through, re-writing the important stuff onto half a side.

    Repeat until it gets to a few bullet points summarising a topic
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