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fitzy04
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So today I was sat trying to revise and yet again nothing was staying in my head, so I took a break and thought of ways to study which didn't involve an overload of information and revision resources.

Then I came up with a revelation (for me), this was to go online and print off all of my topic checklists for my subjects (and the correct exam board) and go through them colouring each one, red (need to learn), orange (okay but need practice) and green (got it in the bag).

This way I can visually see on a few bits of paper what I need to work on and what I know! Hope this helps someone.
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OMG! I do the same thing.

Are you doing GCSE or A-Levels?
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I am doing a-levels
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(Original post by 5hyl33n)
OMG! I do the same thing.

Are you doing GCSE or A-Levels?
gcse!
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gcse!
Oh no, I do A-Levels. I thought we could be study buddies! Good luck for your GCSE’s anyway. 👍
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thanks good luck
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