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I have an attention span of around 20 mins and I can’t remember anything that I’m revising. Can someone help me find an affective way of revising?
I’m currently making cue cards, using Seneca, making notes etc
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I found that YouTube videos were quite useful. Type in what you want to revise and there’s videos on everything, you could even grab some snacks! For things like science geography and history you could pick a unit and write everything you remember in a mind map /spider diagram and then go on bbc bite size or use a revision guide and fill in what you didn’t write. Hope that helps!
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(Original post by AJRWILL)
I found that YouTube videos were quite useful. Type in what you want to revise and there’s videos on everything, you could even grab some snacks! For things like science geography and history you could pick a unit and write everything you remember in a mind map /spider diagram and then go on bbc bite size or use a revision guide and fill in what you didn’t write. Hope that helps!
Thank you! I think that’ll help alot
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Best revision method proven by scientist is reading/revising your preferred way and at the end doing a short test on what you’ve revised.
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