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Does anyone subscribe to GetRevising?

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Posted: 05-01-13 13:12 by :) PurpleJaguar (: - Team GR

No but what happens if you do subscribe?

Posted: 05-01-13 15:52 by Joanne

Erm... i think you get to privately message people.

Otherwise i'm not sure what else you can do 

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Posted: 05-01-13 15:55 by :) PurpleJaguar (: - Team GR

Can't you do that already?

Posted: 05-01-13 17:17 by Joanne

Nope, you can receive messages just not send them :/

Posted: 06-01-13 11:36 by :) PurpleJaguar (: - Team GR

Hey

By subscribing you get access to advanced features such as the below:

  • being able to combine sets or revision cards or quizzes you find on site into one set for use in your Revision. You can even edit these to remove cards/questions you don't like and add your own
  • test yourself on revision cards/notes. Where we intelligently remove words from each card to get you filling the gaps. Active learning like this is proven to improve retention of information
  • test yourself on mindmaps where we will deconstruct any mind map for you and allow you to rebuild it to test your understanding
  • the great thing with these testing tools is that hundreds of pieces of content are created every day and as a subscriber you can test yourself on any resource not just your own.
  • add links to mindmaps so they can become a central point in your revision. Linking either to resources on GR or to other sites on the web.
  • copy existing resources as a starting point for your own revision. Really accelerating your preparation
  • private message any users to ask a question or discuss your studies
  • you even get access to our personal service where if you can't find something for you or need help with your studies. One of our team is available to assist you and help however we can.

We really believe in these features as adding value to your experience on the site and will be continuing to give you more and more to help you.

Please do ask any questions you have here or via contact message and we will explain anything we can :)

Hope this helps

Posted: 06-01-13 19:30 by Pete Barnes: GR Director