What can I do now that I've finished making my psychology notes?

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Hi, I have my GCSE AQA Psychology Unit 1 exam on the 14th May, 2012. I've made all my notes for the 5 topics- cue cards with like 1 study per card. I've done my note taking and stuff. What shall I do now to make sure it all sticks to my head? I have RE exam on the 15th- the day after- so I have to split my time equally but still get it all right. My target grade is an A but I'm aiming for an A*- personally. Any ideas?

Posted Fri 6th April, 2012 @ 13:15 by Tahira xx

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Past paper questions! 

I know it sounds boring but it's a really great way! There are only so many questions that can be asked so you will start to notice a pattern in what comes up.. Plus it will help with how quick you can write your answers and help you practice writing precisely! 

Answered Fri 13th April, 2012 @ 17:45 by Jessica!
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Read over them, talk to someone about the studies explaining all the key points or say the studies out loud mentioning all key points and check to see if you can remember them if not read your notes again and try again in 30/60 mins to see if can remember. 

Answered Fri 6th April, 2012 @ 18:29 by Rakhi Patel
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revise them! learn learn learn!

when you can remember them all the day after learning them then your fine :D

Answered Fri 6th April, 2012 @ 21:18 by Rayanne :)
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Answered Sun 8th April, 2012 @ 12:51 by Tahira xx
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Learn the cards visually, make them bold so that when the topic comes up you can remember which card it was and visually remember the information. Works for me!

Answered Tue 10th April, 2012 @ 11:47 by Anna Watson
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Personally, I've found that giving your cue cards or notes to a friend or relative and getting them to test you on whatever's on the card really helps. It makes sure you don't miss anything out :) good luck! x

Answered Tue 17th April, 2012 @ 23:00 by Alice