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For someone who is taking subjects such as History Geog, Politics and Economics for AS, what is the best way to revise?

Plan on getting a lined paper booklet for each subject to condense notes made in lesson.

Also plan on getting flashcards and making sure I go through them everyday on certain subjects, etc.

Does this sound alright? Any other tips for these specific subjects? Any online resources I should look at?

Thanks.
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(Original post by MrOwen)
For someone who is taking subjects such as History Geog, Politics and Economics for AS, what is the best way to revise?

Plan on getting a lined paper booklet for each subject to condense notes made in lesson.

Also plan on getting flashcards and making sure I go through them everyday on certain subjects, etc.

Does this sound alright? Any other tips for these specific subjects? Any online resources I should look at?

Thanks.
I found Seneca useful for Politics (Edexcel). It's also a good idea to keep up to date with UK politics as it can help you to support your arguments.
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I found Seneca useful for Politics (Edexcel). It's also a good idea to keep up to date with UK politics as it can help you to support your arguments.
Keeping up with U.K. politics is simultaneously difficult and easy with so much going on
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Keeping up with U.K. politics is simultaneously difficult and easy with so much going on
I found it easier to learn when it was on the news .Donald Trump was the reason I was able to pass US Politics
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I found Seneca useful for Politics (Edexcel). It's also a good idea to keep up to date with UK politics as it can help you to support your arguments.
Will flashcards on key referendums and dates be useful to have to support my answers in more depth with policies and outcomes, etc
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Will flashcards on key referendums and dates be useful to have to support my answers in more depth with policies and outcomes, etc
I only did the A-level Politics exams so i'm not 100% sure about the format of the AS exams.
Referendums such as AV (2011), EU, and Scottish can be brought up as evidence for a lot of different arguments. You'll want to know the % results and a general idea for why such a result was achieved. It might also be useful to write flashcards outlining different parties views on the referendums.
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