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condensed notes on flashcards/doc --> blurting/active recall --> past paper qs.
Notes need to be based on the outline of the spec.
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At undergrad: flashcards and spider diagrams mostly, and past paper questions for stats/maths modules. I'd plan out past paper answers as spider diagrams for my essay-based modules, but not write them fully. Plus Quizlet for memorising stuff (vocab, author names and dates, etc), and explaining things out loud to a friend.

But now I'm at master's level all of this is less relevant. Our exams are open-book because of the pandemic, and the course is assessed more through coursework anyway. If anyone here has experience with revision techniques that are better suited to open-book exams where memorisation doesn't matter, I'd love to hear about them.
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Flahscards and quizlet flashcards, and also mindmaps/posters I'm still working out if these methods work though :yep:
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Bold of you to assume I've learnt anything, my entire life :smug:
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Flashcards
Mind maps
Notes
Colour coding technique
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