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Can any of you give me good ways on how to revise?
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Look these up on You Tube

Study organisations
Study Schedule
Studying smarter not harder
Roman Room Method
Loci Method
Journey Method
Acronyms
Styles of learning - Audio, Visual, Kinesthetic
Mind Mapping
Cheat sheets
Flash cards/Index cards
How to prepare for exams
Visualisation
How the short term and long term memory works
The 12 things I wish my students knew.



For English
Mr Bruff

For Maths
Corbett Maths
Hagarty Maths
Primrose Kitten

Science
Primrose Kitten

I hope that helps.
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(Original post by Purdy7)
Look these up on You Tube

Study organisations
Study Schedule
Studying smarter not harder
Roman Room Method
Loci Method
Journey Method
Acronyms
Styles of learning - Audio, Visual, Kinesthetic
Mind Mapping
Cheat sheets
Flash cards/Index cards
How to prepare for exams
Visualisation
How the short term and long term memory works
The 12 things I wish my students knew.



For English
Mr Bruff

For Maths
Corbett Maths
Hagarty Maths
Primrose Kitten

Science
Primrose Kitten

I hope that helps.
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I have finished my GCSEs and await results day, although I was pretty confident in most exams. What worked for me was digital flashcards which is a revision method that involves regularly revisiting facts which helps with remembering it. You can also create your own physical flashcards if you would prefer that. Flashcards are well suited for the fact-based subjects but can be tailored to most, if not all, subjects. They are especially great for foreign languages. If you're interested in this method, start making some organised flashcards as you learn new material in class or from the textbook/revision guide and then do a review of them now and again.

However, sometimes flashcards are not the best option, for example for essay plans. Mindmaps and then practising writing the essay from them worked for me.

Also, for revising maths, it's a process of understanding the concepts and practising lots of questions and past papers, while learning from the mistakes that you make.

Best of luck in your GCSEs
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