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How to learn and understand information? watch

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    Everyone says do past papers to revise but can't do them unless you know the content and understand it.So how can you learn information and understand it, what methods would you use?

    Helloooo , personally to understand information you could watch videos on it and spend more time on the content.
    Also make flash cards and learn them as you go that way when it comes to the exam your just refreshing your memory.
    Everyday go over the topic until you understand it and do extra research on it on google to make sure you understand the tricky bit of the information.
    Hope that helped

    Do the questions you know on the past papers and then use the mark scheme for the answers you dont know. Then learn it!
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