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    Do you think it is a waste of time making notes first and then making flashcards?
    I'm in Year 13 and trying to revise the AS content for Psychology.
    I have notes from last year but I don't find reading old notes useful.
    Would it be more efficient to just make flashcards straight away?
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    (Original post by LeCroissant)
    Do you think it is a waste of time making notes first and then making flashcards?
    I'm in Year 13 and trying to revise the AS content for Psychology.
    I have notes from last year but I don't find reading old notes useful.
    Would it be more efficient to just make flashcards straight away?
    if you dont find reading your olds notes useful then it seems it's more efficient for you to start straight on the flashcards.
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    use your old notes that were taken during class to create summary notes/flashcards simple and gets you straight to the point. but don't forget to revise from the actual text book and use others resources cause flashcard alone are not gonna get you to that high A-A* grade
 
 
 
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