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Timetable! Organise your days so you are able to cover all of the syllabus before the exam. I find it easier to do a topic/ chapter a day of each subject without a time limit. I just know I have to get it done. Doing different subjects keep your mind awake!
Get up early on study days, have a wash eat breakfast and prepare for revision. I like to be started by 9am. It's surprising how quickly you can complete your topics if you have an early start. You are more productive in the mornings. This means you have the rest of the day to yourself!
Firstly, read through the chapter topic in a text book - this information is accurate. If you don't have the textbook read through your notes. This may only take 10-20 minutes but refreshes the information in your mind
Revision power points. Break the topic down into small sections and write about each part on a PowerPoint slide. Add pictures that help your understanding. Creating the PowerPoint is a revision exercise, but you can also look back over it before the exam.
Create revision posters which contain detailed information about the topic. Don't try to cram all info on one, the clearer the better! Put these up around your home - the bathroom, by your mirror, on the cupboard door, by the TV - places you visit regularly. Read one poster each time you go there!
Key terms you need to remember can be written in large font in a list. The key term and it's definition will become associated if they are displayed clearly in this way. Read these over and over. In your exam you should know them by heart!
Flash cards are great. The exercise of wiring them out helps associate the information in your mind. It is an easy way for family or friends or yourself to test you on the information. Write the key term or title of section on one side and the definition or explanation on the other!
Past papers are the best way to test your knowledge for the exam. Do a paper, mark it, and the re write up the notes of the questions are got wrong!
Good luck to everyone with exams or tests coming up!
I use all these revision tips and they help me feel confident going into an exam!
Remember to be calm and relaxed, exams are a pain but knowing you've done your best will make results day a whole lot easier! X