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I don't know how to revise or start to revise for most of my subjects and it's really stressing me out.Does anyone have any help to offer me?I would really appreciate it.
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I don't know how to revise or start to revise for most of my subjects and it's really stressing me out.Does anyone have any help to offer me?I would really appreciate it.
Go to your local library, pick up a study book and start reading it and making notes.
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Go to your local library, pick up a study book and start reading it and making notes.
Thanks! I'll try that
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take a deep breath. Organise your thoughts and then get to work on creating a revision timetable, so that you have something to work off. That's what I do
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take a deep breath. Organise your thoughts and then get to work on creating a revision timetable, so that you have something to work off. That's what I do
thanks! I know i can do that but i want everything to be perfect and just give up and in the end i learn nothing
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Try writing a list of things you need to do and then have a good crack at them in short bursts. I really recommend the Forest timer app which allows you to set a study timer for your desired length of time and grows a little virtual tree in your garden if you complete the timer. Very motivating! If you have the time pressure you may find yourself less concerned about perfectionism too. Give it a go

I also recommend the morse code method for reading through papers etc. Mark a point (.) next to lines that make a statement or argument and then a dash (-) next to any further pieces of the text that add evidence. Then go through and write up with the point statement, followed by bullet points of evidence contributing to that point.

Hope you do well and don't worry, you'll have plenty of time to study as long as you get your head down and start!

"All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given to us." J.R.R. Tolkien, The Fellowship of the Ring
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