How can I revise properly?

  • 1 vote

i wont to know how  people revise and ways that really help them revise

Posted Thu 28th February, 2013 @ 18:21 by Georgia Louise Evans
Edited by Georgia Louise Evans on Thu 28th February, 2013 @ 18:21

9 Answers

  • 10 votes

one thing i do to make sure my revision is efficient, is that I have a copy of the specification .. so i list all the sub topics I need to cover.. i make a timetable of when im gonna revise what subject.. but also on those specific slots i have a task in that session i should have covered this .. this..n this.. and then i usually do practise papers or transform what I know into powerpoints  / mindmaps / posters/ flashcards.. whatever suits you best..

not all revision methods work for everybody.. so its best to try and identify which revision method is the best/efficient for you.. 

how you revising at the moment ?

BTW hope that helps :)

Answered Thu 28th February, 2013 @ 20:24 by ? Secret - Team GR
Edited by ? Secret - Team GR on Thu 28th February, 2013 @ 20:26
  • 2 votes

Here is a link to a site named Revision Universe. They have loads of great tips. Also, you can ask them to make resources for you.

Answered Fri 1st March, 2013 @ 16:24 by Unknown
Edited by on Fri 1st March, 2013 @ 16:24
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Thanks all of you for replying, at the moment I am just reading over my books and hoping for the best but this really helps as I am on a predicted grade of C and really would like to get a A or B but thanks these have really helped.

Answered Fri 1st March, 2013 @ 19:30 by Georgia Louise Evans
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I do bits of everything - flashcards, mindmaps, writing notes from books, typing up notes, reading, diagrams and past paper questions. Try to do everything and you'll see what suits you!

Answered Fri 1st March, 2013 @ 17:09 by Joanne
  • 1 vote

great thanks for the advice

Answered Fri 1st March, 2013 @ 20:14 by Molly Healy
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making revision notes is really important, i do them all colour coded and on posters

Posters with brainstorms aroudn the house help and post stick notes are good

go thorugh some apst papers and the specifications before hand to see what u shud focus on aswell

goodluck! :D

Answered Fri 1st March, 2013 @ 23:49 by miri
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Youtube and Google! Always use them if you're in trouble with understanding something.

Answered Sun 3rd March, 2013 @ 15:39 by Saigo Takormori
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It always helps me so much to teach somebody else the work - bonus points if they're from your class :)

Answered Mon 11th March, 2013 @ 21:00 by Lauren
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i make a powerpoint on everything it really helps

Answered Fri 12th April, 2013 @ 12:31 by sabaatt