How Should I Revise?

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Ok, so I have a week left until my GCSE AQA Physics P1 exam. I've made notes, a mindmap, wrote out all of the equations, done a few past papers and have even written all of the questions that i don't know down (so i can learn them) but im really stuck... still. How can i revise to get top grades? PLEASE answer!

Posted Thu 10th January, 2013 @ 17:21 by Crystal Blue ♥

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It's kind of late, but wat i do as i am a visual learner is watch utube videos on topics that i can't do coz videos really help me understand things.. n while watching i make notes, aftwerwards i apply everything i learnt with exam questions..

so for ur next exam u could try checking out videos..there are ltos of people who make really useful videos especially for science..

n good luck in all ur exams.. n sorry bwt it bein late..

Answered Sat 19th January, 2013 @ 22:49 by ? Secret - Team GR
Edited by ? Secret - Team GR on Sat 19th January, 2013 @ 22:49
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Btw I am a visual learner if this helps :)

Answered Mon 14th January, 2013 @ 17:18 by Crystal Blue ♥
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Thank you secret :)

Answered Sun 20th January, 2013 @ 11:31 by Crystal Blue ♥
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your welcome :) 

Answered Sun 20th January, 2013 @ 12:17 by ? Secret - Team GR
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I think the most important thing is when revising or just readingbany sort or textbook have have a pen and a writing with you so you jot down and key points. Well, how else could you revise?

There are many ways you revise such as;

- read over your class notes

- do some extra reading ( as in revise a topic that you are about to do in class, that way you will understand the topic more clearly

- use colour coded pens or feltips

- Don't spend too long on writing your notes for the first time ( after you hhave written your notes then a few weeks or days later re-write the  notes neatly but rephrasing it and not just copying it off your old notes)

-Do lots of exam practice (past papers related to your exam board)

- For maths practice is an essential

And keeps going over your notes that you made and rephrasing till the time of your exam every few weeks so you don't forget anything

- Start revision early so you don't start cramming in knowledge at the last minute- and the knowledge will help you in further education

My last point is Best of luck for your exams!!!

Answered Fri 31st May, 2013 @ 09:39 by hey hey