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If anyone is struggling with revision- reply with what you’re struggling with and I’ll try and help
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I'm revising I'm worried it's just not staying in my head
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I'm revising I'm worried it's just not staying in my head
Ok so how are you revising? Are you GCSE or A-Level?
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Ok so how are you revising? Are you GCSE or A-Level?
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I do different methods each time but it's usually a form of note-taking as I'm a read/write learner
I write online as it hurts to write on paper
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What r u revising for 😂 exams are cancelled and I've just given up on all my revision
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I do different methods each time but it's usually a form of note-taking as I'm a read/write learner
I write online as it hurts to write on paper
Ok so if you want to stick to online- try switching it up a bit- make PowerPoints, there’s websites where you can make online flash cards and then test yourself. Try and only do an hour of a subject at a time- half an hour making notes then half an hour testing yourself on what you’ve learned. If you do too long it won’t stick in your head.
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Ok so if you want to stick to online- try switching it up a bit- make PowerPoints, there’s websites where you can make online flash cards and then test yourself. Try and only do an hour of a subject at a time- half an hour making notes then half an hour testing yourself on what you’ve learned. If you do too long it won’t stick in your head.
I don't really set a time I just see how long it takes
I do a mix of word, PowerPoint and revision cards
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I don't really set a time I just see how long it takes
I do a mix of word, PowerPoint and revision cards
What I found to work was be really strict on timing. Maybe create a timetable and assign an hour a day to each subject. And trya nd always test yourself or answer practise questions- then you're applying what you've just learnt so it's more likely to stay in your head.
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What I found to work was be really strict on timing. Maybe create a timetable and assign an hour a day to each subject. And trya nd always test yourself or answer practise questions- then you're applying what you've just learnt so it's more likely to stay in your head.
I answer practice questions but my subjects are essay subjects so the practice questions are quite long
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I answer practice questions but my subjects are essay subjects so the practice questions are quite long
Haha I did all essay subjects at A Level too- so much fun lol. So maybe have an essay question for the week- spend a few days researching, making notes learning all the info. Then on the last day write the essay timed. Always get your teachers to mark any practise questions you do as well so you know what to improve on.
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Haha I did all essay subjects at A Level too- so much fun lol. So maybe have an essay question for the week- spend a few days researching, making notes learning all the info. Then on the last day write the essay timed. Always get your teachers to mark any practise questions you do as well so you know what to improve on.
good idea ok
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