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    What is the best way to revise for upcomming GCSEs?????? tks
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    I've made flashcards/mindmaps/notes etc for each subject and topic individually then I do practice questions whilst using my notes, then do the same questions again without your notes and mark them
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    I find this is he most productive way for me to revise^^
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    Be organised - make yourself a timetable and try and be disciplined in sticking to it

    Don't spend too long making notes and reading through revision guides. Obviously you want a good set of notes, but don't spend hours on this. Testing is hugely more beneficial in helping you understand and remember, so try and spend the majority of your time doing testing

    Switch between topics and subjects. If you spend a whole day on one subject, you'll lose engagement and only remember a couple of the key points. You'll remember much more from each subject if you switch between them quite regularly (and time will pass quicker!)

    Use variety. Don't just learn from one source. Try and use revision books, youtube channels, online resources etc. Some revision platforms can be pretty helpful - this one looks quite good and is free: https://senecalearning.com/ but there are loads if you look around!

    Hope this helpful
 
 
 

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