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Over the summer holidays I plan to make revision cards for all my subjects. There's going to be a lot, and so I was wondering if anyone knows a good place/way to store flash/revision cards?
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I would categorise the flashcards into topic categories and paper clip them then I would bundle all the flashcards for each subject in different zip folders.
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(Original post by NoaaaC)
Over the summer holidays I plan to make revision cards for all my subjects. There's going to be a lot, and so I was wondering if anyone knows a good place/way to store flash/revision cards?
Hey, I like to keep folders for all my subjects and colour code them. You could put the revision cards in different colours for different topics and put an elastic band round each and keep them in the correct folder?
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Hey, I like to keep folders for all my subjects and colour code them. You could put the revision cards in different colours for different topics and put an elastic band round each and keep them in the correct folder?
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Sounds like a great idea, thanks!
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I would categorise the flashcards into topic categories and paper clip them then I would bundle all the flashcards for each subject in different zip folders.
Good idea, thanks!
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I used a “bulldog clip”? To store each of pine in plastic food containers and zip loc bags for each subject for GCSEs. Alternatively you could make ones online using Quizlet.
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Treasury tags are always good and usually really cheap, just hole punch your cards as you go on and attach them to each pile. You can always colour code and use containers, there’s lots of desk organisers and baskets which I’ve used to store revision material in. Organise them into subjects, units and topics though as it’ll be much easier to learn from. Hope this helps!
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I keep them in a draw and use bull dog clips to separate them by subject and then by topic
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