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What are the best top revision tips to excel in A level
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Depends whether you are visual learner, Verbal learner or kineaesthetic learner. I would recommend watching different Youtubers. To get started with, check out- Jack Edwards, Paige Y and etc. Good luck with everything
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What are the best top revision tips to excel in A level
Hi!

I usually make an A3 poster for each module in my subject with all the key points on and making it really colourful and coordinated.
I then try and memorise this poster and copy it from memory, but without all the colour and fancy bits. In a different coloured pen i then add what I had missed from memory.

Or I make plans of potential essay questions, which include all the key facts. Similarly i memorise this and try and copy it from memory. In a different coloured pen i then add what I had missed from memory.

Past papers are a good way of revising, so you are prepared for the style of exam and essays you will have to write. Especially looking at the marking criteria.

I hope this helps and good luck!
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Hi!

I usually make an A3 poster for each module in my subject with all the key points on and making it really colourful and coordinated.
I then try and memorise this poster and copy it from memory, but without all the colour and fancy bits. In a different coloured pen i then add what I had missed from memory.

Or I make plans of potential essay questions, which include all the key facts. Similarly i memorise this and try and copy it from memory. In a different coloured pen i then add what I had missed from memory.

Past papers are a good way of revising, so you are prepared for the style of exam and essays you will have to write. Especially looking at the marking criteria.

I hope this helps and good luck!
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Thanks a lot.
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Depends whether you are visual learner, Verbal learner or kineaesthetic learner. I would recommend watching different Youtubers. To get started with, check out- Jack Edwards, Paige Y and etc. Good luck with everything
Thanks a lot.
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