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    Hello all,

    I have been making a revision time table (for my AS exams in around 3 months) and I know I have to go back and review stuff every once and a while but I just don't know how to fit it in, can someone please give me some advice how to review information and when, for example, should I revist old information every few days? But if I did that how would I revise other stuff as well? It's just causing me lots of stress and I don't know why.

    Thanks in advance
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    Hello all,

    I have been making a revision time table (for my AS exams in around 3 months) and I know I have to go back and review stuff every once and a while but I just don't know how to fit it in, can someone please give me some advice how to review information and when, for example, should I revist old information every few days? But if I did that how would I revise other stuff as well? It's just causing me lots of stress and I don't know why.

    Thanks in advance
    It is tricky.

    I guess every week, go over some key concepts from each chapter and attempt one or two questions. No need to spend the same amount of time as you would studying new material, just get it running through your head a few times.

    When it comes to exam time I go through the entire unit again, and each day I quickly run through and mentally test myself on some definitions and concepts etc based on the notes I made, but this takes up a small amount of time - most is spent learning new things or making notes on new things

    Good luck
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    (Original post by Kevin De Bruyne)
    It is tricky.

    I guess every week, go over some key concepts from each chapter and attempt one or two questions. No need to spend the same amount of time as you would studying new material, just get it running through your head a few times.

    When it comes to exam time I go through the entire unit again, and each day I quickly run through and mentally test myself on some definitions and concepts etc based on the notes I made, but this takes up a small amount of time - most is spent learning new things or making notes on new things

    Good luck
    Thank you so much Kevin
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