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Whats ur most effective revision techniques?

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depends on what subject but flashcards are really useful for me and for chemistry I did mindmaps to write down everything I knew for each subtopic so I could revise whatever I didn't know
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brain dumping is quite useful!

basically you pick a subtopic of a subject and write all the things from your memory on a sheet of paper. you then get your notes and textbooks to then, in a different colour, add information you forgot.

i found brain dumps really useful for biology as it made me confident when revising because overtime the amount of coloured paper on the sheet would decrease showing i retained more overtime

hope this helps!!
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active recall
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