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What Is The Best Way To Revise For Exams?

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Will Martin answered


There isn't one best way, because different people learn and remember in different ways. You may need to write everything down, for instance, or make graphs and charts, or you may find that you are an "aural learner" – you remember things better if you hear them , so in that case you should say key words aloud or make up chants.
Once you've worked out how your memory works best, there are some tips for revision that should work for everyone:
-take lots of short breaks. About 50 minutes is enough for a burst of study, followed by 10 minutes to move around, have coffee etc.
-eat sensibly and don't study all night; your brain works much better if you're well fed and alert.
-have a study plan. What are you going to tackle today? this week? It's really best to think exactly how many days till the exam, and note down a study idea for each.
-start early. It's ALWAYS later than you think.
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To make revision cards for key words. Foe example, you could write a key word on a peice of card and put the meaning on another. If you do this with lots then you could scramble them up and match them up or you could put post-its around you house to help you too.
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mani shah answered
If you have done all the work. Then teach others. It is a type revision. You can see , you are  ready for exams or not. If you are not ready for exams then revise and without any help try to write what you have read.  It is my experience I am online math teacher. Help others someone help you.
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Alisha Devgan answered

Solving previous year papers/sample papers or reference book's exercises is best way to review for exams. You could also take the help of any online website like www.tcyonline.com also

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Yes what ever you feel comfortable with for example I write down notes and then re-write them which requires a lot of time and commitment then the day before the test I have an early night and simple read through it and then drift away.
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There is no way!! You are dooomed for life! You will fail! Get ust to working in your local supermarket!
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Just keep going over the work and saying them in your head, a while after that, maybe a day, you should go over ot and you are sure to remember it. This is because the work is stored in  a "temporary memory" as I've been told. Good luck I've got the same problems lol =/

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