does recording your notes and listening to them help any of u?

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pls share ur experience

Posted Wed 30th May, 2012 @ 10:12 by Musllih

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For some people, listening to revision notes that have been recorded is helpful. I myself prefer the standard "old fashioned" way of revising, which is of course reading a revision guide and then testing myself after.
I think in your situation, it would be best to record some notes on your subject of choice, listen to them, and then test yourself. If it works for you then it can be very helpful :)

Answered Wed 30th May, 2012 @ 10:21 by Max Sidhu
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Yes- i liosten to it whislst i sleep... i sort of sinks in to your head

Answered Wed 30th May, 2012 @ 10:22 by Renn
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Nope. Some people think that it 'brainwashes' you, but that does not work for me at all. For me, i make notes and learn them off by heart. Looking at the specification also helps me as i use it as a checklist. Different people have different ways of learning so recording your notes might work for you.

Answered Wed 30th May, 2012 @ 10:24 by SADZ123
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it depends if you are an auditory learner (you should have determined this lower down in the school when it was first introduced). I personally am a visual and auditory learner so making revision notes and doing past papers helps me but also listening to things helps too. For example:

do you remember what teachers talk to you about in class more? (Auditory)

or do you remember what they show you on the board more often? (Visual)

or perhaps you remember experiments and activities better? (kinaesthetic)

If you find you are an auditory learner then listening to your notes will definitely help you. try it out! If you don't know what kind of learner you are, just type it into Google, there are loads of tests to help you find out :D

Hope that helped ^_^

Answered Wed 30th May, 2012 @ 18:46 by Nuha
Edited by Nuha on Wed 30th May, 2012 @ 18:47
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For language orals yes.... other subjects no...

Answered Wed 30th May, 2012 @ 18:49 by Muzz :P
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thanx guys:)
can anyone tell me where i can get edexcel bio or chem specification or checklist?

Answered Thu 31st May, 2012 @ 09:39 by Musllih
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yh its true when you listen to revision notes whilst your sleeping it really help you remember the information and your brain is better at absorbing the information and memorizing it  , its is scientifically proven that the last thing that you hear before you sleep or anything that you are hearing whilst you are asleep actually does stick , so yh ...

Answered Wed 30th May, 2012 @ 18:11 by meimona