I am just entering the realm of exams and I need all the tips and cleverest methods for successful revision

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Some one pleas enlighten me!

I am doing my GCSE stats in 2 months and I need all the help I can get!

Thanks

Posted Tue 1st May, 2012 @ 20:43 by Thandi Mphoka
Edited by Thandi Mphoka on Tue 1st May, 2012 @ 20:44

4 Answers

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Brightly coloured posters are good for revision. Also, if you are making bullet points about something when making notes then I find that using numbers is better because you're more likely to remember how many points you made about something :) Hope these help

Answered Tue 1st May, 2012 @ 20:55 by Kate Westall
Edited by Kate Westall on Tue 1st May, 2012 @ 20:55
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Mind Mapping an entire subject is the best way to start. Try doing it from memory at first then use other sources to make sure it covers everything. You can even use different colours for different area's to help you tell them apart. Once you've done your posters, you could try flash cards or test papers. It really depends what type of learner you are but doing past papers usually shows me what I need to work on, so they're helpful to check your progress. Hope this helped :)

Answered Tue 1st May, 2012 @ 21:26 by Joshua Mason
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For me, I tend to talk loud to myself and explain the work without looking at notes to imaginary class, that way I can identify gaps in my knowledge.

Answered Tue 1st May, 2012 @ 23:15 by Blue and Red
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(It really depends what type of learner you are..) Yes. you may be better off listening or watching videos and may be even colourful posters.

past papers are the best ways of knowing how the examiners test your intellect and layout of the questions. 

Practice makes perfect! don't just read maths, practice it! then you'll be very surprised at how far you are!

hope that helped!!!

 

Answered Tue 1st May, 2012 @ 21:53 by Bibi