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    What are the most effective ways of revising for everyone? I'm trying to have a go at a variety of different things to see what's best for me. mind maps, notes, flash cards etc. I'm finding it really difficult. thanks!
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    I always found reading and writing notes to be the most effective. If it's a last minute thing I do use flash cards though. Other than that, I just work out as much examples/questions as possible to increase my confidence.
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    Depends what subject... maths I just did lots of practise questions. Other subjects I wrote down the key information I needed to remember on post it notes and stick them all over the walls of my parents room 😂
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