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    Hey everyone, so I am currently studying my second year of A-Levels (uni in September ahhh!!!) Anyway, although I'm in second year, I am resitting 2 of my AS exams (OCR PE +WJEC (Weimar Republic) History) and I have been doing notes for them now since January, which is early I know, I just want to get them done so I can start thoroughly going through them to prevent me from stressing in the exam I was curious as to how people revise??? Like how do get information to stick in your head once you have finished doing the notes (((
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    I'm in a similar position to you , I'll have all my notes done by this month , them I'm just gonna go over them every 2-3 days and by that I mean read them and record myself reading my notes then I can just play it back before bed , I'll also condense my notes further closer to the exam , like do a mind map on each topic from your notes , also Gotta read a page and say it back in your head until you can say it all without looking at your notes , the more you go over it , the more you'll remember , it's how our brain works
 
 
 
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