New ways of revising?

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Hi, I've been struggling with my revision as I don't have a lot of motivation and find just writing and reading boring and can't remember much of the information. Can you give me some different ideas on how to revise so that you actually remember the work? Thank you very much :)

Posted Sun 15th April, 2012 @ 20:28 by Lottie :)

8 Answers

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That's the best way of revising. Remeber, never give up.

Answered Sun 15th April, 2012 @ 21:03 by Oliver
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Maybe use sticky-notes and put them above your bed on the ceiling?

I've tried it before and it works, as long as you don't avoid the sticky note! :)

Answered Mon 16th April, 2012 @ 14:45 by Lily Rose
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i think the best way is on a A3 piece off paper draw a mind map and write a certain topic and just write brief notes around it :)

Answered Mon 16th April, 2012 @ 17:42 by RajaK
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revising the ol fashioned way can be worthwhile if you have breaks and rewards after a revision session.... ;-)

Answered Mon 16th April, 2012 @ 16:27 by Meghna
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if your struggling to remember the information you revise, make posters and revision cards with less writing on them. Try to use pictures and diagrams as much as you can to remember things. Make cards with the key information on to revise from quickly. 

Answered Sun 15th April, 2012 @ 21:11 by Elysia Northall
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Thank you both so much and I'll do those ideas as well thanks again :)

Answered Mon 16th April, 2012 @ 07:12 by Lottie :)
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Thanks everyone for all the helpful tips I'm really grateful! :)

Answered Mon 16th April, 2012 @ 18:20 by Lottie :)
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Persevere, your motivation should be those excellent grades/marks you could get for revising well. Think of how pleased you would be if you did brilliantly, and whether you'd feel disappointed if you didn't achieve to your full potential. Remember, keep going, use revision cards, highlight stuff and ask your teachers, parents and friends for advice. Remember to reward yourself, take regular breaks and to sit in a quiet place where you can concentrate. Ask a family member to test you when you feel you have learnt a particular topic and work on the questions that you get wrong. A good technique can be trying to guess what questions could be, and learning and understanding the answers.

Good luck with revising!

Answered Sat 21st April, 2012 @ 17:38 by India
Edited by India on Sat 21st April, 2012 @ 17:40