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I want an effective method on revising for my A levels.

Good and efficient enough to gain an A *.

Any help is appreciated.
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I guess just do it, do what you find is good for you. Some people do flash cards of key concepts and questions. I've seen others quite litterally write out whole text books. I make mindmaps and fact files of key areas, aswell as alot of back ground reading for essay based subjects, particually geography, and i do this mainly by reading up on events in the past 5 years or just reading news sites. another effective way is to just do exam questions and timing yourself to answer papers, as that is a huge problem for alot of students. They know what they're doing but spend ages answering 16 markers and havn'nt touched the 30 marker yet with 15 mins left on the clock
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(Original post by Seppuku)
I want an effective method on revising for my A levels.

Good and efficient enough to gain an A *.

Any help is appreciated.
What subjects?
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Physics, chemistry and maths.
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