Revision tips, revision tips. I'll share what I know helps me!...
Study in a quiet room, no distractions
As well as revising hard, make sure you take breaks-this is really important as it helps with better concentration, more energy into studying(!), less pressure/stress felt, calms the mind and working so hard can actually be a downturn!
Have fun doing some of your hobbies as well as all the revision(!)-this calms your mind and acts as a "meditation"
Drink plently of water and stay hydrated-this helps with concentration
Sleep well and at least 8 hours a night
Make a revision timetable
Study with friends
Start revision early and be prepared(!)
Eat a healthy diet and maintain good health-very important
And also, believe in yourself! You can pull through with great grades if you set your mind to it!
Good luck! :)
Answered Fri 16th March, 2012 @ 23:53 by Turtle 360
if im honest it depends on what type of person you are;
if you are someone with a long concentration span: you should do hour slots
if you are someone with a short concentration span: you should do 20 minute slots alternate and break every hour and 20 mins
if you are a last minute person you need to make your notes ready for last minute cramming
if you are someone who needs a build up you need to prepare your notes and question yourself and see if you are able to explain to others
CAPTIN CACTUS says pick a subject and work on that all day. nextday do a different one. next day do a different one, mix it up and do one twice in a row, then the next day do another subject. everyday until your exam. never do three days in a row on one subject, i try that with biology.. now look at me, i am a cactus