what is an efficient way to revise a level psychology?

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annqbellex
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I try to make flashcards but I often forget to use them. at the moment i make mindmaps and use the blurt technique but i'm scared that when i'm revising for an exam, the mindmaps will look too chunky compared to condensed flashcards (i'm a visual learner)
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i just got my as psych grades back and did pretty well
what i do for memorising stats and stuff (idk what course your doing but cie as psychology is all memorising) is I put post it notes of all the info i need to know on the walls of my room, and just look at them throughout the day.
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