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If any of you can give me advise on how to revise, any helpful apps? Flash cards? Mindmaps? Just the best way to learn honestly.
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It's different for everyone and different for every subject, but in general I use flash cards with either a question or word on one side and the answer/translation on the other side. In terms of formulas etc, there's loads of good songs online to help.
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It's different for everyone and different for every subject, but in general I use flash cards with either a question or word on one side and the answer/translation on the other side. In terms of formulas etc, there's loads of good songs online to help.
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Yeah it does, I’ve looked at some songs and I play them while I’m sleeping and on the way to school. I also use flash cards and mind maps but I don’t know how to tell if they are working. As you can see I’m stressing out a lot😂
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Yeah it does, I’ve looked at some songs and I play them while I’m sleeping and on the way to school. I also use flash cards and mind maps but I don’t know how to tell if they are working. As you can see I’m stressing out a lot😂
Fair enough just bear in mind everyone's going through the same thing. Do the questions in textbooks or use past/specimen papers to test if they're working. You'll do great don't stress too much
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Fair enough just bear in mind everyone's going through the same thing. Do the questions in textbooks or use past/specimen papers to test if they're working. You'll do great don't stress too much
I’m only worried about maths and science and Geograohy
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I think these two blogs give really good tips - all based on actual scientific studies:

https://senecalearning.com/blog/revision-tips/
https://static1.squarespace.com/stat...6W-Posters.pdf
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Identify what kind of learner you are . There’s 2 types I believe . Auditory kinaesthetic and visual . I myself remember things the most when I repeat my notes out loud many times . I have tried mind maps and flash cards but it will not stick for me . Repetition is definitely the best way to learn. It could be doing what I’m doing , making mind maps and flash cards - rewriting them many times or even reading aloud .
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