Revision advice and how to achieve good marks in exam

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Could you please provide an effective way I can adopt to revise I do tend to read the textbook and then write notes,I would want to get grip in terms of understanding and the information being stored on long term basis because I seem to forget what I read and good  please give tips on how achieve good marks in exam.


Posted Mon 12th March, 2012 @ 22:50 by ekram1
Edited by ekram1 on Mon 12th March, 2012 @ 22:54

4 Answers

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Just reading the textbook does not help much try doing some tests to see if you understand and pratise past paper questions. Its is important to understand what you are reading because in the exam if a question came about an application of knowledge question you will have no problem if you understand a concept.

Answered Tue 13th March, 2012 @ 15:24 by Sally
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practise like you would before any test and then give your self a little test just go onto the internet and print of some past papers and go and get a teacher to mark it for you.

Answered Tue 13th March, 2012 @ 20:33 by autumn taylor
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Often getting someone to test you on the notes you made, makes it sink in and allows more confidence, if reading doesn't work, try watching/making videos on the topic or post it notes and diagrams - even labelling pictures sometimes helps! :D

good luck with revision

Answered Tue 3rd April, 2012 @ 22:18 by alex
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If you struggle to revise, like me for instance as i have my GCSE exams on may the 2nd and i have in total 12 exams, go over all the tasks you have done in class per subject and listen to music to keep you motivated. After about 1 hour take a 15-30 mionute break to refresh your mind, maybe have a snack or even watch a bit of T.V. Oh yeah and keep away from facebook!!!

Trust this helps!!!:)

Answered Wed 4th April, 2012 @ 17:23 by Rabiya