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    Whats your best method for revision? I struggle to condense notes so really trying to find a good method but i do like the scribble method:
    1. Read your notes or revision work book or anything that has all the subject info in. Make sure to read thoroughly though
    2. Close your book or whatever your using and write down anything you can remember
    3. Check through and keep doing it till you get it constantly right.
    You can always give yourself prompts but these take a while and suggest doing the prompts as soon as you learn the topic.

    Feel free to post what you use as I know I'll personally benfit
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    (Original post by emilyyytaylorr)
    Whats your best method for revision? I struggle to condense notes so really trying to find a good method but i do like the scribble method:
    1. Read your notes or revision work book or anything that has all the subject info in. Make sure to read thoroughly though
    2. Close your book or whatever your using and write down anything you can remember
    3. Check through and keep doing it till you get it constantly right.
    You can always give yourself prompts but these take a while and suggest doing the prompts as soon as you learn the topic.

    Feel free to post what you use as I know I'll personally benfit
    I used to take each sentence of the revision guide and make it into a question for a flashcard. It meant I made absolutely loads but because they were small this meant I could cover lots of different ones spamming different topics without spending too much time on it or having to read lots, but at the same time recalling information similarly to how you are doing now.

    Best of luck!
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    (Original post by brainzistheword)
    I used to take each sentence of the revision guide and make it into a question for a flashcard. It meant I made absolutely loads but because they were small this meant I could cover lots of different ones spamming different topics without spending too much time on it or having to read lots, but at the same time recalling information similarly to how you are doing now.

    Best of luck!
    What revision guided did you use?
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    What revision guided did you use?
    I used the CGP ones. Sorry should've asked, are you at GCSE or A-level?
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    (Original post by brainzistheword)
    I used the CGP ones. Sorry should've asked, are you at GCSE or A-level?
    I'm at GCSE
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    (Original post by emilyyytaylorr)
    I'm at GCSE
    Oh good as that's what I was referring to

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