hey guys im resiting my science because i got 2 c's sp i want 2 b's what are the best revision tips and techniques you use?

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i have been revising but my revision consists of just me reareading notes and it dosnt seem to go in very well i just need a few tips and techniques 

Posted Mon 5th November, 2012 @ 20:41 by paulina

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Put the equations or key points you definitely need to know on post notes and look at them and read them whenever you open your wardrobe or something. Re-write things you can't remember easily to try and hold it in your mind. I make mindmaps from the CGP revision guides and use different colours so it's nice to look at which engages your brain more. Make revision cards and ask your friends to ask you them and ask them to your friends so you can learn from each other. Good luck!

Answered Mon 5th November, 2012 @ 20:56 by Joanne
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thank you soo much really apreshiate it 

Answered Mon 5th November, 2012 @ 21:09 by paulina
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Turn your notes into powerpoints, and quizes so that you can test yourself on it. Make your notes seem more interesting, so that you will take it in better. I even record myself and then listen back to it, which is better than reading it, because you can just put your headphones in and listen.

Answered Mon 5th November, 2012 @ 21:04 by Former Member
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Soory if its silly, r u doing GCSE's

If u are then I would highlight everything that jumps out at u as important. This is the hard part, then make mindmaps, posters and anything that helps u revise, I am not going to tell u a one way to revise because every1 is different. I like mindmaps, as they allow me to write anything without making it neat, and I can write ideas as they come in my head , do what tilly says as well, make powerpoints as well, and u can maybe upload them onto GetREv

Answered Tue 6th November, 2012 @ 19:11 by Nearly Einstein
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I would do past papers. They really helped me. I got 2 Bs for my Science exams. Also, you can make flashcards another useful revision technique.

Answered Sat 17th November, 2012 @ 10:10 by Sadia
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I agree with what Joanne says about putting useful posters around your room where you will look at them often. This should help you take in the information a lot better. Also it is proven that mind maps are one of the best ways to revise so i would advise making mind maps for different topics in each of your subjects.

Hope this helps :)

Answered Fri 16th November, 2012 @ 15:13 by Dan Lindsay