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What are your approaches to revision? do you have a method you go through or just read textbooks? Brainstorm on this post and see if we get some ideas rolling...
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i tend to use mindmaps and quizlets for languages
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mind maps are useful to find out what you know about a subject, which you can then compare with a textbook to find out what you cant remember properly and revise on them topics.
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I've never liked using mind-maps, something about the unstructuredness of it makes me less likely to look at it again.

I just make summary pages, all colour coded and with as many useful diagrams as I can find. I'm also trying to make revision powerpoints for myself because I know that I'm less likely to look at something if it's handwritten or if it's slightly scruffy so using my laptop for revision has helped me a lot
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Write notes, read them, write what I remember, look at what I forgot, practise questions.
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