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Hi I am doing 4 alevels all sciences and maths. I have a question that there is so much content in each of the subjects to learn and during exams it is not possible for me to go through whole text book. So what should I do? Shall I make some notes for quick revision? Flash cards? If yes then how can I condense the content into my notes?
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Hi I am doing 4 alevels all sciences and maths. I have a question that there is so much content in each of the subjects to learn and during exams it is not possible for me to go through whole text book. So what should I do? Shall I make some notes for quick revision? Flash cards? If yes then how can I condense the content into my notes?
Do you know how to study? If you don’t then I’m not sure 4 science a levels is what you need.
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Yeah, you should make quizlet flashcards. But make them super condense and have quite a lot of information them. Turn each specification point into a question and answer them. Then test yourself. Make it super condense. Cut out words like “and” or “the”. Literally for one of my flash cards, I had a whole topic. It was a few words.
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Do you know how to study? If you don’t then I’m not sure 4 science a levels is what you need.
Studying is fine for me I am just concerned about my revision during exams because i know I won't have tims to spend ages going through the text book one day before exam. I am trying to prepare myself way early so I can be ready for the exams even though i just started year 12.
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make revision notes as you cover the content in class and use the exam specification as guidance for what the key information would be. different people revise best in different ways so you need to work out what's most effective for you but you should be using methods that involve active recall so flashcards is a good shout :yep:
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