A-level revision flashcardsWatch
I am currently in year 12 studying English literature, geography and psychology. I just wanted to enquire about the amount of flashcards I am making. In psychology year 1 for example, There are 6 topics in total: social influence, memory, attachment, psychopathology, origins and approches, and research methods. Per topic, I make about 90 flaschards in total. Meaning that for the whole year 1 content, I will have approximately 540 flashcards in total. But when I look at this number I almost get scared, do you think this is too much? When I'm making it I don't feel like it is too much, but when I compare them to my friend for example, who has 15 per topic, I feel like maybe I'm including too much content idk. Is there anyone who has used flashcards before to revise? Any advice would be appreciated.🙏🏿Also, one last thing, I seem to take almost an hour making flashcards for just one lesson, which leads me to believe even more that I'm making too much. Lastly, fr fr now, I use flashcards for geography and psychology, any advice on how to revise for English literature?.
Maybe for psychology you could just do Flashcards for things which you struggle to remember, and go into less detail. For instance, you could have one saying explanations for conformity and on the back it would have normative social influence and informational social influence, rather than having a separate one for each. There's not much point in having 540 flashcards or you'll just never use them, so if there's something which you remember easily then don't bother making a Flashcard for it.