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    So I'm doing my GCSE's this year and I've started making notes for all the topics in science and I'm almost finished now but I was just wondering after making all those notes I'm obvioulsy going to forget the information I wrote and stuff so what do I do to revise them?I know the most obvious thing is to read them of course but I'm not sure if that's very effective, especially as I don't really have a good memory. Any suggestions ? (other than making flashcards out of them cos I'm already doing that!)
    Thank you !

    animations of processes in biology
    past papers
    get your friends to quiz you on subjects they do with you so you're both learning
    online videos
    posters are good like A3 with sketches and big writing to make it clear
    also read through the textbook the night before your exam and the morning of the exam flash card yourself
    best way to quick revise in a short period
    good luck!!
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