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what is the best way to revise, i've tried everything but nothing seems to get there only 50% of the information goes i, do you have any better way to my revision more efficiently and effective?
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I think doing lots of past paper questions is a good idea as it not only tests you on what you know but it also identifies weak points which you can go over more.
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1. create a timetable and plan all your days from here to the exams
1.1. study more than one subject/topic per day because it's better to do small chunks than loooong periods on the same thing
1.2. study the same subject/topic again a few days later. You'll always forget stuff, so if you revise again, your memory gets stronger
1.3. this has good tips on creating a timetable:https://www.kent-teach.com/Blog/post...-learning.aspx

2. use visual elements
2.1. things are harder to understand when it's only words.
2.2. examples: mind maps, colour coding, timelines, diagrams

3. practice questions
3.1. you`ll learn so much more if you test your memory than if you are simply passively reading notes
3.2. download past papers and use www.senecalearning.com

Hope that helps! If you want more details, look for The Learning Scientists blog, they are actual scientists and have a podcast giving revision tips to students
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