So I guess I kind of hit the floor running with my revision plans, and I've completed all of my notes for Economics and Computer Science. But now that I've gotten to Bio/Chem/Physics, I'm not sure how to really go about it. When I try to make notes and type them up, i just end up typing up the entire book and its definitely not very efficient. I start to get stressed out and I'm not really sure how to approach this beast.
I have the CGP work books and revision guides for my 9-1 sciences, but will doing just that + past papers really give me a chance to get an 8 or 9??
I'm feeling a bit paranoid..... Could anyone help me out with revision techniques?
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- Thread Starter
- 11-02-2018 16:20
- 11-02-2018 16:34
For Science I typically write all of the info on flashcards. Look at the specification and then just out all the info you need on the cards.
- 11-02-2018 20:25
testing is about 10x more important than the notes. I find it good to go through the revision book / maybe make some notes, do some testing and then see what areas I struggle with understanding of / remembering. And then make more detailed and better notes on these sections..