Tell us how you revise!

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Tel us how you revise!

Posted: 13-04-12 20:03 by Oliver


Posted: 15-04-12 21:11 by Oliver

i dn't revise i jus gt luki!!!  =P

Posted: 15-04-12 21:13 by Sabah x

go through the text and then make short notes.. and then try to answer a few questions regarding the topic.. thats how I revise. .

Posted: 16-04-12 00:59 by nujba

Go through past exam papers, as this allows you to identify and understand what question will come up and what you have to study. Also, I like to revise from pictures and diagrams with a few notes explaininig it, this helps me. I hope my advice helps you :)

Posted: 16-04-12 06:56 by LeMotherOfJesus

past papers, short breaks in between, don't flick from one thing to another and make sure there are no distractions. 

Posted: 17-04-12 16:03 by Chloe-may


Posted: 19-04-12 14:02 by Oliver


Posted: 21-04-12 22:33 by Oliver

Read through the textbooks and materials given in class repeatedly, make notes from them, highlight stuff in the textbooks (I buy my own textbooks so I can do this), make notes in the book, do past papers to test knowledge, get people to test you (I'm always better at the "verbal tests" I do with my parents where basically I give them the book and let them quiz me on anything than on past papers, my teacher has joked that we should have an oral exam just for me lol :D), ermm... I make colourful posters and stick them by my bed or in front of the desk where I do my work at home... yeah that's about it

Posted: 23-04-12 10:13 by No-one


Posted: 24-04-12 19:25 by Oliver
  • Read through text and subject revision guides
  •  Make flash card and test them with friends and family
  • I go through exam papers then go through questions I got wrong (Answer with text book or ask teacher)
Posted: 24-04-12 23:04 by claire
  • Flash Cards - with key words and questions from past papers
  • Make extra notes and go over notes made in class
  • Past Papers
  • Flow Charts
  • Mind maps
  • Memorisation [depends on the subject]
Posted: 25-04-12 20:03 by Shivani Kotecha

Still haven't got a clue what revision technique works for me and I've been doing exams since year 3, now in year 10 :-( going to try the mind map technique though...just found this site, its fab!!!

Posted: 26-04-12 20:24 by Mackenzie

Give us some useful tips.

Posted: 30-04-12 19:50 by Oliver

LISTEN TO MUSIC.......jok :p make you revision notes, or audio or postcards :D 

Posted: 30-04-12 19:57 by Estell

im not trying to sound stupid but WTH?? is BUMP........?/ im so curious to know it meaning 

Posted: 30-04-12 19:58 by Estell

the BUMP thing puts it higher on the disscussions board so more people see it... And i use mind maps, cards and highlighting stuff

Posted: 30-04-12 20:09 by Georgia Sowden

I find mindmaps really helpful, especially if you alternate the direction in which you write, this makes it easier for your brain to remember.

Posted: 30-04-12 20:47 by Ella


Posted: 19-05-12 14:20 by Oliver

Oliver wrote:


This probably is really ignorant of me, but what is this 'BUMP'???

Posted: 19-05-12 14:33 by Renn

Posted: 19-05-12 21:21 by Nuha

what is bump??????????

Posted: 03-01-13 17:36 by Bushra

Georgia Sowden wrote:

the BUMP thing puts it higher on the disscussions board so more people see it... And i use mind maps, cards and highlighting stuff

Georgia has already explained what BUMP means!!!

Posted: 03-01-13 17:41 by Re-Re

Just keep on reading over your notes.
when waiting for bus
when walking to the shops
when you have suppuly teachers in class
and when your on the toliet

Posted: 03-01-13 17:46 by Joshua#JJ

lool i'll try that romeo... i dont usually read on the toilet. i come up with inventions and plans :P

Posted: 03-01-13 18:54 by Re-Re