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    Hi, this is just a thread to post your favourite revision methods. I sometimes find that I want to know some new methods to try out, so I thought that this would be useful. 💕✨
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    I’m in my second year at uni studying maths so my revision methods probably won’t work for essay based subjects, but I found doing past papers and exercises and getting them marked by my teachers and lectures who would give me constructive feedback really helped
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    (Original post by Howie_2114)
    I’m in my second year at uni studying maths so my revision methods probably won’t work for essay based subjects, but I found doing past papers and exercises and getting them marked by my teachers and lectures who would give me constructive feedback really helped
    Do you mind me asking where you study?
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    Do you mind me asking where you study?
    I study at Portsmouth
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    YouTube videos and writing on my whiteboard are my favourite ways go revise
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    (Original post by Howie_2114)
    I study at Portsmouth
    Nice. Did you take A-Level Further Maths?
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    :yy: If you have a whiteboard at home, write really concise notes or put diagrams on it, change it weekly or so! This is really fun! Use colours too, and if it's a magnetic whiteboard, you can pin up sheets of paper with whatever on too. :yy:Quizlet is brilliant for some things (like learning physics equations), doesn't work for everything though. I recommend making all the quizzes you do - it's not as effective when you do other people's because they work/think/notate differently, also the course might be a little different :yy: I generally like to give myself a small task for every subject a week (something really small, like read notes on C10 for instance - I get ideas throughout the week as I come across something and realise I've forgotten it!) :yy:With English or RE quotes I like to record myself saying it, especially if I have a long drive or a holiday, then you can just listen to them every now and then. It means you really know key quotes by heart and can just reel it off. That's all I can think of Hope someone takes something from this! x
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    (Original post by Black Water)
    Nice. Did you take A-Level Further Maths?
    Yes i did, all my further maths units were fp1,fp2,m1,m2,d1,s2,s3.
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    (Original post by Howie_2114)
    Yes i did, all my further maths units were fp1,fp2,m1,m2,d1,s2,s3.
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    Cool. How are you finding 2nd year?
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    Cool. How are you finding 2nd year?
    It's tough and a lot of work but, its manageable
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    (Original post by Howie_2114)
    It's tough and a lot of work but, its manageable
    Yeah it will be. Do you know what you want to do after?
 
 
 
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