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    I’m revising AS stuff that I did last year that I know but just forgot some parts so decided to go over. What I’m finding is that the stuff I go over that I already know isn’t really going in my head, however the new concepts that I haven’t gone over at all (not in first hear either) is sitting really well in my head? Is this because the stuff I already know isn’t a new concept so my mind is kinda ignoring it? Is this a problem?
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    I’m revising AS stuff that I did last year that I know but just forgot some parts so decided to go over. What I’m finding is that the stuff I go over that I already know isn’t really going in my head, however the new concepts that I haven’t gone over at all (not in first hear either) is sitting really well in my head? Is this because the stuff I already know isn’t a new concept so my mind is kinda ignoring it? Is this a problem?
    Dont worry too much. I get what you mean, but the real test to see how its settled in your head or not will be by trying exam questions, which force you to recall.
 
 
 
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