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    any tips , ideas or suggestions on revising
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    any tips , ideas or suggestions on revising
    I don't, not very helpful I know.
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    any tips , ideas or suggestions on revising
    I tend to find that writing notes helps and using bright colours keeps my concentration intact. Bullet points for easy reference will save you having to dig into a textbook everytime you revise. Make some sort of timetable, or plan, to stop you getting confused and muddled and stick to it!! Reward yourself everytime you manage to do a section.
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    I revise by making loads of spider diagrams and sticking sticky notes everywhere. I also have this thing about colour coding everything but if it helps me remember I don't mind. It's really good to look at past papers and practice as many questions as you can. Make sure all you're notes are neat and organised though because it makes it a bit hard to revise from it all otherwise.
    Good luck with you're revising
 
 
 
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