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do you have a revision time table...if so u dont need one...whenever you have free time just revise the areas your weakest on and just practice practice practice dude. for example for maths i would just go to hegarty maths or dr frost maths and just awnser questions (btw hegarty maths has lots of videos that actually make sense to help you out. if it is history then just use flash cards and revise for example....when was magna carta signed? awnser on other side 1587. if it is science...just apply science in real life. and if english GO TO MR BRUFF ON YOUTUBE....UR LIFE WILL CHANGE. if anything else...just use seneca dude..dude dont worry about it like in the real exams...only 24% is a grade 4 and a 7 in some subjects like chemistry is only 97% so dont worry about it u will do good
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For each problem, you want to identify:
- what do you already know?
- What do you need to find?
- What methods and theorems do you know already that could apply to this problem?
Then, when you have your set of methods that are potentially helpful, you simply slot in data that you already know, and see if that is enough to find your answer.
You become better at knowing which methods are handy through practice problems, and just using them.
This is how I have always looked at problems, and it is a useful mindset whether you are at GCSE or university.