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My go to way of revising use to be mind maps but I’ve done so many of them that I’m a bit sick of them XD
Can anyone recommend any other revision methods to use (other than flash cards because I use that already)?
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Posters: Great for large topics to break them down and link pieces together.
Sticky notes: Great for key terms, little bits of important knowledge. You can stick them literally anywhere as well. I know one girl stuck them on her lunch so as she could get some quick revision done.

Timelines: Great for History but also Geography and Science when trying to show each step of of a plan. Helps to put everything in perspective to one another.
Past papers: Great way to put your revision to the test as well as see which questions you need to revise. Always good for timing yourself as well.

YouTube videos: Great way of putting things into a visual context as well as getting a different view on the topic you are learning.
Podcasts: Great for listening to whilst revising or reading a book. They can help clear things up for you whilst taking it at a nice slow pace so as you can get your head around it.

Hope that helps!
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Posters: Great for large topics to break them down and link pieces together.
Sticky notes: Great for key terms, little bits of important knowledge. You can stick them literally anywhere as well. I know one girl stuck them on her lunch so as she could get some quick revision done.

Timelines: Great for History but also Geography and Science when trying to show each step of of a plan. Helps to put everything in perspective to one another.
Past papers: Great way to put your revision to the test as well as see which questions you need to revise. Always good for timing yourself as well.

YouTube videos: Great way of putting things into a visual context as well as getting a different view on the topic you are learning.
Podcasts: Great for listening to whilst revising or reading a book. They can help clear things up for you whilst taking it at a nice slow pace so as you can get your head around it.

Hope that helps!
This was really helpful, thanks
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