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Is quizlet good?
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Depends on the subject AND unit.
It works better for some units than others (most people don't realise this and find themselves really good at somethings and insecure at others) . this also applies in general for all revision methods, some are better than others depending on what your acctually learning
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I find it useful for learning science equations or short facts, but anything long becomes difficult to remember. Check if the deck was made by a teacher or not too, that way you'll avoid people's personal revision.
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Yasssss

Was my main revision tool for all GCSES and A levels so far

I got mainly 8’s
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Yasssss

Was my main revision tool for all GCSES and A levels so far

I got mainly 8’s
do u have any sets i can use for combined science higher?
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do u have any sets i can use for combined science higher?
No sorry I did triple and deleted all of mine that I made
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No sorry I did triple and deleted all of mine that I made
I guess I'll do that for some subjects just to test it out...but can I ask how long were your answers to a question you wrote down. Did you make it very lengthy and detailed or did you try and make it as simple and short as possible when making your flashcards
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I guess I'll do that for some subjects just to test it out...but can I ask how long were your answers to a question you wrote down. Did you make it very lengthy and detailed or did you try and make it as simple and short as possible when making your flashcards
kept it simple. just included key words. i broke it down into small cards. i mainly did key terms and definitions. i can show you some of my current flash cards to give you an idea if you like
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I guess I'll do that for some subjects just to test it out...but can I ask how long were your answers to a question you wrote down. Did you make it very lengthy and detailed or did you try and make it as simple and short as possible when making your flashcards
i made notes straight from the revision books i bought. i didn’t answer any questions as such
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I used it for history dates and events - other than that, I didn't bother with sciences. It's good for short factual recall. I think it depends more whether it works for you. I wasn't really a fan of flashcards - more of a mind map person.
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