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Revision and Memorising techniques
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Demistar
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Revision and Memorising techniques

Hi

I'm currently an A2 student.

Biology is content heavy and so I want to know how you all memorise and remember stuff.

 

AyleshaRevision5
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Revision and memorising techniques

Hey I thought I could help!

you can use highlighters for key points 

colourful bubbles around key points

if you have a reading assignment or have to read or answer a section of questions, put a sweet( gummy bears or chewy small sweets) at every paragraph or three questions, as a mini reward for getting that far

create large poster size notes and stick them up in places you usually look 

every revision session, on a new paper, write what you have learnt at the end and then to make sure ask a friend to quiz you 

remember to go over old notes so you don't forget them in the future

hope that helps! yes

taqi
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Thank you these help

winkThank you these help

Zo_ey
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This is very useful.

This is very useful. Additionally you can use flash cards for speed revisions. Hope this helps. 

AyleshaRevision5 wrote:

Hey I thought I could help!

you can use highlighters for key points 

colourful bubbles around key points

if you have a reading assignment or have to read or answer a section of questions, put a sweet( gummy bears or chewy small sweets) at every paragraph or three questions, as a mini reward for getting that far

create large poster size notes and stick them up in places you usually look 

every revision session, on a new paper, write what you have learnt at the end and then to make sure ask a friend to quiz you 

remember to go over old notes so you don't forget them in the future

hope that helps! yes

Zo_ey
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Flash cards for memorizing

Use flash cards to make points to be remembered, and keep using them during your revisions. This can be a very useful tool while revising.