How do you memorise things for gcse science, maths and history?

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im rubbish at remembering things any good tips? please no stupid answers thank you very much for your time and reply.

Posted Fri 22nd June, 2012 @ 17:32 by doo

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I stick notes up in my room, these notes have to be big and colourful. Make sure the notes are short but helpful.

I hope that this has helped.

Answered Fri 22nd June, 2012 @ 19:13 by Krishanka
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Anything i want to remember I write down, so just make notes on the key things by bullet pointing them. read over these and make mind maps of them from memory, seems to work for me.

Answered Sat 23rd June, 2012 @ 12:26 by Thegirlwhoknewtoomuch - Team GR
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Thankyou so much for these answers!

Answered Sat 23rd June, 2012 @ 19:23 by doo
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Maths exams are easy to pass. Learn the basic work, and then keep practising it. Use as many different revision books/websites to practise from; learning to apply your knowledge to unfamiliar contexts will help you in the exam. You don't know what is going to come up!

Sciences are also easy to pass. Just revise a lot, in as many different was as possible, so it will all go into your head. Then try some past papers or make flashcards and notes for the topics you still struggle on.

History - I don't know. I got a U in my history exam. :(

Answered Sun 24th June, 2012 @ 09:17 by Callum
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Hi u can even like make notess on a ppaper in bright ink or somet that helps.. cos in the exam you remember by the colour etc.. it sounds weird!!! but REALLY helps!!!

Answered Sat 23rd June, 2012 @ 23:13 by SciTech
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practice past papers, this is useful for all three of these subjects, it helps you practice exam technique and for maths I think it's the best way to revise, just practice.

Answered Sun 24th June, 2012 @ 12:58 by Thegirlwhoknewtoomuch - Team GR