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What is the best way to plan your revision?

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What is the best way to plan your revision?
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What is the best way to plan your revision?

could someone suggest how best to revise please and how best to revise from now until may?

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Pick out the key dates (eg exams / mocks / coursework deadlines etc)

Divide the work into manageable chunks. eg ten topics in chemistry, each needs a week.

Plot out the number of weeks to go and how far you need to be in each subject.

Build in some "fun time".

Build in some "ill time" so that a cold doesn't knock your revision plan to bits.

Make lists of the things you find difficult and then tick off the bits that you manage to sort out. This can be comforting for those "OMG I haven't done anything" nights.

Most of all.....S T A R T!!!!

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well :)

i think that the best way to revise is to do it step by step and like go over the question or fact the get sticky notes and stick them over places you go alot and everytime you go somewhere then you can revise:).:D ;)

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thanks, chemistrysubjectguide, you are a real help :lol:!

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Mzuri

I think it will be wise to study each topic at least each week and practise past papers till may.

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My top tips

Create a study zone:
- Tidy your room
- Make a revision timetable

Become an exam-passing machine:
- Stretch
- Eat well

How to get facts to stay in your head:
- Don't try to revise all day, your brain will explode
- Get into a good sleep routine
- Work with friends

Night before:
- Pack all your pens, lucky squirrels, etc

On the day:
- Eat a good breakfast
- Go to the loo

In the exam hall:
- Read question before answering

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