Jimmerm78
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I’m really confused on how to revise, I see loads of people making notes however I don’t see the point as that’s what’s revision guides are for, I am considering buying flash cards off amazon or something similar, if I just read revision guides and use flash cards and use seneca would that be enough, all I want to do is pass everything lol
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Revision methods are different for everyone, as it depends on how you learn best. Those all sound like great revision methods but make sure to look at actual exam questions too, either practice ones from a revision guide or those from past papers. Past papers and examiners reports can be particularly helpful, as they give you a great insight into what the exam will actually be like. Hope this helps.
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People often make notes just to bring together all the relevant knowledge from class and textbooks in one resource. It just means it’s all in one place in your own words, so it’s easiest for you to understand and it’s just more practical than flicking through multiple things in my opinion. It’s up to you and all about what works- if you’d prefer using pre-made resources that’s fine too. Revision works best combined with consolidation, so once you revise a topic do some knowledge-based questions to test what you know, then move onto some trickier application ones. Doing full timed past papers once you’ve revised everything is really important to help you understand the exam- it prepares you to sit the exam so you’re used to the environment, and similar questions often appear year on year so it’s good to nail how to do them for easy marks.
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Before you buy, look on Quizlet as you can often access home made resources, including flash cards, for free.

It's helpful if you're on a budget, and even of you're not, it's a good resource.

Past papers are also useful.

Hope this helps.
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