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    Hey guys,
    So i typically spend 3 hours to and from school in bus everyday.
    No electronics are allowed so i can't hear anything. And i have motion sickness so i can't read anything.
    Any tips to make effective use of my time while commuting for learning for a levels .Even a small suggestion would be helpful.
    Thanks in advance.
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    (Original post by samiranaushad)
    Hey guys,
    So i typically spend 3 hours to and from school in bus everyday.
    No electronics are allowed so i can't hear anything. And i have motion sickness so i can't read anything.
    Any tips to make effective use of my time while commuting for learning for a levels .Even a small suggestion would be helpful.
    Thanks in advance.
    My first suggestion would be to listen to podcasts on your subjects but if electronics aren't allowed (why is that?) then you won't be able to. All I can think is if you have a friend studying the same subject as you, you could verbally test each other? Won't work for subjects like maths but if you're doing essay subjects (e.g. History you could give outlines of events you've learned, e.g. English you could recite quotes). Other than that, if you can't look at work or an electronic, all you can do is mentally run through what you've learnt but I can't imagine that's easy! Good luck
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