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how to make revision notes for English
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For poetry? Because on YouTube you can get videos which explain all the poems for gcse English literature. "Mr bruff" is someone on YouTube who does it well.
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For poetry? Because on YouTube you can get videos which explain all the poems for gcse English literature. "Mr bruff" is someone on YouTube who does it well.
I need it for English lang and lit and mr buff doesn't really cover my exam bored like eduqas, I have revision guides but I'm not sure if I should right out the notes again for "revision"
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Re-writing out the notes from a revision guide doesn't sound useful but it is, because as you write down the notes it is helping you understand that topic. It works great for me. Also, another good method for revising for English is using past papers because doing this will help you with your exam technique.
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Re-writing out the notes from a revision guide doesn't sound useful but it is, because as you write down the notes it is helping you understand that topic. It works great for me. Also, another good method for revising for English is using past papers because doing this will help you with your exam technique.
thank you and should I use colour in my work?
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Ye I find that colour coding my work really helps me engage into my work. Also it is proven that colour really does help with revision. However it also depends on what type of learner you are. I am a visual learner so that's why it helps me but you can find out what type of learner you are on this test http://www.educationplanner.org/stud...les-quiz.shtml
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Ye this is really useful especially if you are a visual learner. You can find out what type of learner you are by doing this test:
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http://www.educationplanner.org/stud...les-quiz.shtml
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