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tomorrow me and my friend are going to revise together- what is the best way to revise with someone so its efficient.
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Test each other and think of a topic and have a discussion to build upon it and get new ideas. Maybe work through exam questions together
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Keep the group small (ideally 3 or 4 max)

Discuss topics with each other; it helps them aswell as consolidate your knowledge

Ask each other exam questions( hone exam techniques) and take turns to answer them

Help each other; don’t put each other down


Hope this help
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I am usually more productive when I revise alone, however a group study session that I recall as successful involved us creating quizes for eachother. The process of creating and decising upon the questions as well as answering the tests created for us was fun and a good way to revise productively.
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