How to make Flashcards?

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Hi, for flashcards do you just condense information/key points and just put it on the flashcards or do you write a question and the answer on the back? My problem with that is that I’m doing Chemistry; Biology and History and it seems like very hard to turn a lot of content into questions and answers?
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It really depends on what works for you, there’s loads of ways:

- “The rule of 3” where you can put 3 key points for each topic

- A question and answer, question at the front and the key points which get each mark for it (preferrably from practice papers)

- maybe some keywords and their meanings and what topic it’s related to

- or even a diagram and key points on the other side especially for science.
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For me, I have notes in a seperate notebook, then I condense them down even more, and then make question & answer flashcards for each topic, probably like 10 of them. I have keywords to highlight in a glossary at the back of the notebook
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