How to use spaced repetition for a exam in 21-23 days??

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I want the best grades possible and the topics are:
Cell bio
organisation
Infection and response
Hydrocarbons
Chemical analysis
Structure and bonding
rate of reaction
energy
electricity
particle model of matter
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someone pls help
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hey,

you don't need to necessarily have a set date for each topic. what I would do is make an excel spreadsheet and whenever I revise the chapter, I write the date next to it. in a week or so, I would revise the chapters again and write the date. eventually, everything in the chapter will stick.
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hey,

you don't need to necessarily have a set date for each topic. what I would do is make an excel spreadsheet and whenever I revise the chapter, I write the date next to it. in a week or so, I would revise the chapters again and write the date. eventually, everything in the chapter will stick.
can you expand a bit more x
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ANKI is great :yy:
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ANKI is great :yy:
I have heard of ANKI but I have already but flashcards on card and I think it would be waste of time for me to type them into ANKI and I have 3 weeks to learn everything
Thanks tho x
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Hello..I can help you on this
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1. Make a separate list for each subject.
2. For each subject, write down all the topics/sub-topics you do not understand
3. Use your textbook/revision guide/specification to learn the content.
4. Test yourself by doing plenty of exam questions.
5. Go over concepts regularly. Perhaps, make flashcards on things you easily forget.
6. Do one topic from each subject a day.


Here are some revision resources:
https://www.physicsandmathstutor.com/
https://mathsmadeeasy.co.uk/
https://quizlet.com/en-gb

Good luck! :yy:
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(Original post by DENNIS SMITH)
Hello..I can help you on this
help pls I only have like 20 days left
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1. Make a separate list for each subject.
2. For each subject, write down all the topics/sub-topics you do not understand
3. Use your textbook/revision guide/specification to learn the content.
4. Test yourself by doing plenty of exam questions.
5. Go over concepts regularly. Perhaps, make flashcards on things you easily forget.
6. Do one topic from each subject a day.


Here are some revision resources:
https://www.physicsandmathstutor.com/
https://mathsmadeeasy.co.uk/
https://quizlet.com/en-gb

Good luck! :yy:
could I still get a good grade in 19 days
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could I still get a good grade in 19 days
What grade are you working at right now? What grade do you hope to achieve?
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What grade are you working at right now? What grade do you hope to achieve?
Year 10 mock I got a grade 7
I want to achieve full marks
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Year 10 mock I got a grade 7
I want to achieve full marks
Don't aim for full marks. It is unlikely to happen.

Well done on achieving a grade 7 in your Year 10 mocks. I think you should aim for one grade higher (grade 8). :yy:
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Don't aim for full marks. It is unlikely to happen.

Well done on achieving a grade 7 in your Year 10 mocks. I think you should aim for one grade higher (grade 8). :yy:
Is it possible tho
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Is it possible tho
It's not impossible...

Since you only have 20 days left, I suggest you start revising instead of thinking about whether you can get full marks.
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