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Hi guys,
To those of you who use prechewed for politics, do you think it’s an excellent revision source? I’m kinda cramming and I need to learn efficiently for my next mocks :/
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Prechewed Politics is a good revision source - however, it's essentially just videos and some news articles. If you find these revision techniques beneficial, then go for it! But I'd recommend a range of resources.
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Prechewed Politics is a good revision source - however, it's essentially just videos and some news articles. If you find these revision techniques beneficial, then go for it! But I'd recommend a range of resources.
Thanks for your reply!
So you do politics? What tips do you suggest? There’s so much content and examples to learn!! How do you cope?
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Thanks for your reply!
So you do politics? What tips do you suggest? There’s so much content and examples to learn!! How do you cope?
Sorry for not replying quicker! I did politics last year, and the best way to revise is to complete practice questions. Past papers are available on the exam board websites, and there's a load of practice papers here: https://www.studypolitics.co.uk/prem...ice-questions/

As for the content, grab a revision guide from amazon, as they're great for revising the content and condensing it down. The best Edexcel one is https://www.amazon.co.uk/REVISE-Edex...dp/1292221569/ or for AQA use the 'My Revision Notes' series.

Hope this helps, let me know if you need any more help
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Sorry for not replying quicker! I did politics last year, and the best way to revise is to complete practice questions. Past papers are available on the exam board websites, and there's a load of practice papers here: https://www.studypolitics.co.uk/prem...ice-questions/

As for the content, grab a revision guide from amazon, as they're great for revising the content and condensing it down. The best Edexcel one is https://www.amazon.co.uk/REVISE-Edex...dp/1292221569/ or for AQA use the 'My Revision Notes' series.

Hope this helps, let me know if you need any more help
Thank you so much!!!!
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