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I have the capability of achieving an 8 in this exam but my predicted grade is a 5/6. I sit on average between a 4-6 on my class work which my teacher is marking on an exam based criteria. I have had a piece of work which was an 8 and could achieve that or at least higher than I am already if I was able to remember everything. I have a lot on my mind and insomnia so struggle to think of everything needed to be involved. The things I do remember are done to a very high standard (e.g, structure, vocab, impacts and alternatives of meanings, adding quotes and drilling into why I pulled that from the text etc.). How can I remember to do everything on the day of my exam!?
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firstly sleep is very important for memory, things u came across in the day get consolidated in ur brain while you sleep. i would reccomend looking up what memory athletes do to remember, theres a lot of great videos on it like ted vids on youtube that talk about the method of loci which is a great way to remember stuff. and also go over the material often
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(Original post by boi---)
firstly sleep is very important for memory, things u came across in the day get consolidated in ur brain while you sleep. i would reccomend looking up what memory athletes do to remember, theres a lot of great videos on it like ted vids on youtube that talk about the method of loci which is a great way to remember stuff. and also go over the material often
Yes, I was hoping come my exam, I'd have rienforced everything so much it would be second nature. Thanks for your response, I'll have a look at those!
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