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Is it a good idea to make revision notes using the revision guide? Or would you rather just go through it and highlight important things?
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When you're making revision notes, I suggest you check out the specification for the subject.
A specification is an outline on what you're learning.
To find it, you need to know four things.
1. What exam board
2. What subject
3. What education level (gcse, a level)
4. Whether you're doing the new spec or old one (9-1 vs A*-F)
If you do GCSE Sociology and your exam board is AQA and you're doing the new spec, you search
Aqa gcse sociology 9-1
Then you can download it to view on your device using a pdf reader
Every single thing on the specification is important so you need to get a good grasp of everything in there then go through your revision guide to learn more about what the specification is saying
And if highlighting then memorising works for you then sure. What I do is watch videos and make flashcards.
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