Learning how to Revise properlyWatch this thread
Basically Spaced Repetition is a little and often approach to studying and I wish I'd known about it sooner it would have made second year much easier, I adopted this method and at a time when I had 8 exams in 13 days I didn't have to cram entire modules the night before, I went to bed relatively early and I was far less stressed than I had been the year before. But like I said it is a mix of things that leads to good revision and everyones different so everyones going to have a different style. For me I became a huge fan of spaced repetition and technology, big enough that I managed to get an internship at a company that specialises in it. I have recently written a post about 100 of the best education tools I found at my 3 years at university. I am of course bais about the company (Synap) I have my internship with as it was the primary oen I used, but all the others are ones I've found or that friends have recomended. I am sharing it because it took me nearly 3 years to find a revision style that works for me and if it took any longer it may have really affected my grades, so I am hoping this list helps someone else find a tool or platform that works for them early on in their academic career.
Best 100 tools for teachers and students : https://blog.synap.ac/100-best-tools.../#.WenNVNuZPaY