Best way to revise Watch

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I was just wondering what works best?
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It's different for everyone. Flashcards, mind maps, revision notes, teaching someone else, etc. Just make sure to always use past paper questions.

Personally, for a section I like to make notes on what I already know, read over my class notes to fill in gaps in my learning, use flashcards to memorise key facts then use past paper questions. But do whatever is most helpful to you!
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(Original post by loganmawill)
I was just wondering what works best?
To ensure you remember information for long periods, I recommend active recall. It's helped me a lot with the A-Level Biology and Chemistry content!
Here's a video which thoroughly explains the concept: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ukLnPbIffxE

Also, when i'm studying I use the Pomodoro technique because it helps me to stay focused whilst allowing me to take breaks to stay refreshed
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I think flash cards are the best way to revise, they really help stick information in your head and you ca just whip them out anywhere to get some extra revision time in
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