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    Hey, a few of my teachers have told me I would benefit by working through my specification. But just how exactly do I do that? I basically sit down and look at the specification with no clue as to what to do with it. Obviously I understand that I have to work through it, should I just research points online etc.. and from my text book?
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    Hey, a few of my teachers have told me I would benefit by working through my specification. But just how exactly do I do that? I basically sit down and look at the specification with no clue as to what to do with it. Obviously I understand that I have to work through it, should I just research points online etc.. and from my text book?
    Go through each bullet point and go:

    What topics are covered in this point?

    How much do I know about this topic? What are some of the key points from this topic? Can I do what the spec is asking me?

    Then go through the textbook and see if there are any gaps in your knowledge.
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    Hey, a few of my teachers have told me I would benefit by working through my specification. But just how exactly do I do that? I basically sit down and look at the specification with no clue as to what to do with it. Obviously I understand that I have to work through it, should I just research points online etc.. and from my text book?
    Go through and make notes on each topic. Start by reading it, then cover and write down everything you can remember, then look back over the specification and highlight anything you missed out on. Cover and repeat until you can remember it all.
    Alternatively, or afterwards, you should take your notes and try to conndense them into smaller and smaller paragraphs/lines until you only have a few words. Then rewrite but then expand them until you have what you started with - if that makes sense?

    I also really reccommend PLCs for each topic - you can go through these point by point and check that you know everything. If there's anything you're unsure of, you can refer to the specification or the internet for an explanation.
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