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Revision/ Study Tips!

posted in Family & Kids > Education
04/12/2015
  • 1) Always make sure you have all things necessary set up or close by, i.e. laptop, notebook, stationary and revision guides.
    1) Always make sure you have all things necessary set up or close by, i.e. laptop, notebook, stationary and revision guides.
  • 2) Make sure you've eaten beforehand as snacking can be a big distraction. Also have a glass of water (or any other drink) nearby.
    2) Make sure you've eaten beforehand as snacking can be a big distraction. Also have a glass of water (or any other drink) nearby.
  • 3) Sticky notes are great for jotting down small pieces of vital information, which you can stick on your wall next to your bed.
    3) Sticky notes are great for jotting down small pieces of vital information, which you can stick on your wall next to your bed.
  • 4) Find the most suitable method of revision for you! Experiment using flash cards, mind maps, posters, or maybe just making loose notes. You should stick up your resources  using blue tack so you can see them everyday. But be sure you read through them.
    4) Find the most suitable method of revision for you! Experiment using flash cards, mind maps, posters, or maybe just making loose notes. You should stick up your resources using blue tack so you can see them everyday. But be sure you read through them.
  • 5) Put any distractions in another room i.e your mobile (you could even ask a parent to hold on to it until you are done.) Make sure your work space is empty of anything that isn't related to your studies.
    5) Put any distractions in another room i.e your mobile (you could even ask a parent to hold on to it until you are done.) Make sure your work space is empty of anything that isn't related to your studies.
  • 6) Don't forget to REST! Too much stress is bad for you. Remember to take small breaks between long periods of revision. For example, 10 minutes per hour, of studying, or 5 minutes per half an hour.
    6) Don't forget to REST! Too much stress is bad for you. Remember to take small breaks between long periods of revision. For example, 10 minutes per hour, of studying, or 5 minutes per half an hour.
  • Some good sites for revision are... 1) Bitesize, very good for GCSEs. 2) Mymaths; obviously for maths only, it requires a login which most students get in high school or if they take maths at college. 3) YouTube; as silly as it sounds you can revise from videos that are relevant, there are videos on there to either teach or go over topics of almost every subject. 4) S-cool, i don't know much about this site but it seems detailed. 5) Find past papers on your subjects and answer them!

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