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Hey guys. I am currently taking A-Levels and I am interested in how everyone is preparing for the upcoming A-level examinations. Please let me know as it could help me and others
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Rewriting. Rewriting. Rewriting.
Trying to memorise in chunks, then writing what I remember and filling in a different colour pen what I forgot. It doesn’t have to be neat, literally scribbling on a file block.
Also mind maps are quite good I find.
And I always make proper neat revision notes after every topic to refer back to.
Past paper questions and questions from textbooks are good.
These methods only really work for biology and chemistry out of bio/chem/french that I’m studying.
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(Original post by Laila1001)
Hey guys. I am currently taking A-Levels and I am interested in how everyone is preparing for the upcoming A-level examinations. Please let me know as it could help me and others
Hey!
For bio and chem, I make notes from the textbook and file them in separate folders- i regularly alternate between days e.g. one day revise bio next day chem etc
i also do qns regularly on physics and maths tutor (you should defo check that website out if you havent already)
if you do eng (like me) you can make flashcards for key quotes/words, mindmaps, annotations.
tbh CONSISTENCY is the key word i would emphasise as you cant go far wrong if you continuously review what you have learnt and practice practice practice..
hope that helps! and remember always have a positive mindset, drink enough water and get enough sleep
good luck!
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Rewriting. Rewriting. Rewriting.
Trying to memorise in chunks, then writing what I remember and filling in a different colour pen what I forgot. It doesn’t have to be neat, literally scribbling on a file block.
Also mind maps are quite good I find.
And I always make proper neat revision notes after every topic to refer back to.
Past paper questions and questions from textbooks are good.
These methods only really work for biology and chemistry out of bio/chem/french that I’m studying.
so helpful thanks
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