I do it in a very mis-matched terrible cramming fashion so I'm looking for tips.
Edit// In case you're wondering what I do personally then English Literature, Spanish and Philosophy. Maths as well but I can (although Jan modules don't make it seem so) revise for that.
Practice; textbook questions and past papers. And the maths forum.
what sort of subjects do u do. I do 2 essay subjects (economics and history) and maths and this is what i did for my exams. I have learn that preparation is the key to success. 2 months is more than enough time to revise. I got embarassing grades at AS (B,Cs) thru cramming and lack of preparation but i put it right in January resits and went up to AAAA.
Take the syllabus and textbook and made detailed notes from it. Print off every past paper 2001-2008 and markschemes. Every week while revising do about 2 past papers so you understand the structure of the paper. This is exactly what i did and i got full marks in my Jan module.
Theres usually 2 essay modules and 1 sources module for AS. I did this for the essay modules. Gather all the 2001-2008 past papers with markschemes. For a history period there is only a fixed number of essays they can give. Make a list of the essays from 2001-2008 removing any duplicates. You should end up with a list of 15-20 essays. Do about 5 a week and give them to a teacher to mark or use the markscheme. Usually as you get used to it, you can easily remember the information as you write each essay. For sources just do loads of past papers as theres no way of revising for the exam. Its really for testing your technique.
Made short notes for each math topic. Revised one by one each day and did the misc excercise of my text book for each topic. Once revised all the topics did all the past papers with solomon questions. Day before the exam read thru all the past papers. Come exam time you will be very prepared
Read books in the language, go over my grammar notes, look up new vocab in the dictionary and write it's meaning, gender/verb group/case it governs, then write various sentences using it to grasp its correct meaning and talk to various people in the language.
Really, the way I revise is just to read the textbooks, make notes and learn these as well as possible. Making key point notes on colour coded notecards is also really useful. Practise papers help a lot- I ask my teachers for them, do them and then my teachers mark them for me.
My college is also putting on special revision classes for politics which I'm going to start going to.
I work best away from home..so In coffee shops, or at he school library (less expensive, lol)
and I write everything down about 50 times
By composing dialogue.