Best Proven Revision Techniques

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imogenpo
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I'm prepared to work and I'm doing relatively well, but I just want to revise effectively to provide relief for my worries, I can't stop stressing and feeling like what I'm doing isn't helping.I do mind maps mostly, flashcards and exam/ summary questions. I mostly use the CGP books to revise.
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It depends on what type of learner you are so i suggest looking at what type of learner does what and what revision techniques would be best for you as a ___ learner
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For me, no singular revision technique was the best, but varying them helped a lot! I made timelines for history, did plenty of past papers for science, anything with content I made posters/cue cards and also recorded myself saying things aloud and played it back at the gym to boost memory. Saying things aloud to a family member helped a lot too. Don't worry if at this stage you feel it isn't going in - there's still time to embed all the info. History was my last exam and I had to pretty much learn the entire course in a weekend (I hadn't ever had a teacher so it was a big stress) which meant long 10 hour revision for that weekend and I couldn't have done it without mixing up revision techniques. For all my others there wasn't a panic as I did 1/2 hours week nights and 4/5 weekends from March to May which was managable with regular breaks, and enough to get A*s in them all. Sounds like you're working hard already so I'm sure you'll do great!
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