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do i just read cos ive highlighted it etc and i just have to memorize the information what am i meant to do? i dont know if i should condense them more since i would be cutting out valuable info so someone advise me?
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make flashcards on the key things you need to know
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(Original post by bvfh)
make flashcards on the key things you need to know
i cant they are far too long. and ive already condensed my notes as small as possible in my rev booklet i made it would be useless to try and id just be skipping key info
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subject and deadline?
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u gotta read over them regularly and try to stick it in ur memory
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subject and deadline?
i have exams next week for all my subjects
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u gotta read over them regularly and try to stick it in ur memory
i swear reading is known
to be 'the worst' form of revision is it true?
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i swear reading is known
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It’s too passive that’s why
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It’s too passive that’s why
then how is reading it several times gonna put that **** in my fried brain lmao
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then how is reading it several times gonna put that **** in my fried brain lmao
ur in year10 right
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i swear reading is known
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its only bad if ur reading something u completely r unfamiliar to
uve made this revision guide so u need to go over it

just saying , i got grade 7 and 8s in my mocks, most of my revision was reading over my notes
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Well making the booklet was revision in itself so maybe start doing past paper questions. If you find any question difficult, use your booklet to help you answer - that way you're using your booklet and memorising it subconsciously and also getting exam practice.
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Now you've made the revision booklet, you should go through it and write yourself short tests on it. make flashcards on the parts you get wrong in the tests, and then start trying to do past paper qus or similar exam qus. Because yes - reaidng is really passive, but if while you read through it you make yourself tests and do a bit of testing each day you should be able to remember it much better. Also worth using sites like Seneca Learning and Quizlet for testing, as they will cover the topics but be in a new format which is much more similar to what you'll experience when you sit the exam!
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its only bad if ur reading something u completely r unfamiliar to
uve made this revision guide so u need to go over it

just saying , i got grade 7 and 8s in my mocks, most of my revision was reading over my notes

I’m trying but it’s just not working I have bio next wed and chem on Monday
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Now you've made the revision booklet, you should go through it and write yourself short tests on it. make flashcards on the parts you get wrong in the tests, and then start trying to do past paper qus or similar exam qus. Because yes - reaidng is really passive, but if while you read through it you make yourself tests and do a bit of testing each day you should be able to remember it much better. Also worth using sites like Seneca Learning and Quizlet for testing, as they will cover the topics but be in a new format which is much more similar to what you'll experience when you sit the exam!

I will try and do that do you have links where I could find those topic questions specifically from past papers????
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do exam questions and use seneca.com
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just type seneca into google
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