JA03
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so I do biology, chemistry and geography; all of which are very much content heavy like a lot of other a-levels but the issue is that I don't know effective ways to study and how long and what devices to use. because I go to the gym (because im a bit overweight) and im in the process of getting a part time job while babysitting on Saturdays from 8am to 4pm

p.s. if you're tinyperson, don't reply to this, you're not very helpful (no offence)
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Hi!!! Don't know if this would help you at all, but active recall methods are really good, this method I recently did and it's really helpful for me. A particular method is get piece of paper and write down much about the topic you know, then look in your book. if you missed anything out write it in a different colour. this just sorta helps you identify your weak areas, then, on the weak area, maybe make flashcards and then try and quiz yourself regularly, I suppose also if it's content heavy you could have have a notebook and summarise as much as possible the topics, it may make it easier to grip your head around. Seneca is also a really good website!!! last thing, mindmaps are really good, but say if your using a textbook or your book make sure to copy it into your own words, you probably know this as you are A-level lol. but it makes it go into your head more effectively then you put up the mindmaps around your house! I hope this helps and I'm sorry if it doesn't oh, last thing, maybe make a checklist of topics for each of them and after you have made a revision source for it you can simply tick it off! it helps you keep track what you have covered . I hope I've helped and if I haven't I am sorry
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