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I need help with memory and revising key points and equations. Any tip's on how to keep your memory fresh?
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If this is for formulae in science, get yourself a formula sheet and simply write them down every single time you use them, for every single question.
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Active recall, just test yourself to see what you already remember and know so that you can focus on the stuff you don’t know. For something like biology I would just make a quick mind map on scrap paper and go from there, don’t use the mind map as a source to revise from though because you props won’t remember all info
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I always try and test myself to see how much I can remember about a topic. I would use Quizlet for learning things like equations, vocab if you do any languages and key facts/case studies. For maths and science make sure you do lots of practice questions (I like to use the CGP website, IXL Maths and Hegarty Maths if your school has it, as well as BBC Bitesize for short multiple choice questions)
https://quizlet.com/en-gb
https://www.cgpbooks.co.uk/resources...0-minute-tests
https://uk.ixl.com/math/
https://hegartymaths.com/
https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize

Also, you could try working out what kind of learning type you are to help you remember things better.
e.g. Visual - use flash cards
Aural - listen to learning podcasts
Social - revise with friends or have someone else test you on a topic
etc.
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(Original post by MetellaInAtrio)
I always try and test myself to see how much I can remember about a topic. I would use Quizlet for learning things like equations, vocab if you do any languages and key facts/case studies. For maths and science make sure you do lots of practice questions (I like to use the CGP website, IXL Maths and Hegarty Maths if your school has it, as well as BBC Bitesize for short multiple choice questions)
https://quizlet.com/en-gb
https://www.cgpbooks.co.uk/resources...0-minute-tests
https://uk.ixl.com/math/
https://hegartymaths.com/
https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize

Also, you could try working out what kind of learning type you are to help you remember things better.
e.g. Visual - use flash cards
Aural - listen to learning podcasts
Social - revise with friends or have someone else test you on a topic
etc.
these are so helpful! thank you soo much!
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(Original post by fatimalatif806)
Active recall, just test yourself to see what you already remember and know so that you can focus on the stuff you don’t know. For something like biology I would just make a quick mind map on scrap paper and go from there, don’t use the mind map as a source to revise from though because you props won’t remember all info
i'll try this! thank you for the advice!
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