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joeseo
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I learnt about the Pomodoro Technique the other day and it has really helped me out in terms of revision.

I wanted to ask everyone else if there any decent study techniques.

Who knows, maybe we all can earn something new!
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I leave my phone home and go to the library with all my books, past papers, mark schemes, etc. I also don't have a library card so I can't log into the computers.

This way I can't check social media and my siblings aren't there screaming in my ear xD
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Pretend studying technique. Don't try it unless you cope well with stress
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Active recall (just from the book, not flashcards). It can get super monotonous, but helps in a pinch when you have no time to make notes and has served me well over the years .
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