Effective revison methods for an active/visual learner??? Watch

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Usually use notes,mindmaps and then test myself with pastpapers + textbook questions.Im doing A level Bio,Chem and Eco and id say its 70% content/memorisation and 30%application.Wondering if any of you have any effective revision methods that can help me out?
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Usually use notes,mindmaps and then test myself with pastpapers + textbook questions.Im doing A level Bio,Chem and Eco and id say its 70% content/memorisation and 30%application.Wondering if any of you have any effective revision methods that can help me out?
In addition, you could also use videos, write revision cards and make lots of diagrams and drawings.
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In addition, you could also use videos, write revision cards and make lots of diagrams and drawings.
videos dont really help and im trying to find methods that dont require to browse through youtube as it can lead to procrastination but thanks anyway
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