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How to Revise...

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isobel coleman

on 30 October 2013

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Other study techniques
How to Revise...

Create for yourself:
- improved performance
- greater sense of achievement

What you focus on expands

Revision means "to look at again"

Draw up a revision timetable before you do anything else.
Make it realistic - time for friends, family, sport, exercise and other commitments.
Share your study time around your subjects.
Start with 25 min study times then a 5 minute break and build up to longer study times.

Revision Timetable
see our Gateway Moodle
page for a
couple of options..
One Don't
Don't just read over your notes. It's not enough. . . why?
This is a guide on study tips.
Exam revision relies upon you
putting in the work and time.

With the help of your support network it's up to you!

Highlight topics you need to know more about or topics you know nothing about.
If you CHANGE your notes from note-form to another form they will stick in your brain better
Make diagrams
Labeled drawings
Time lines
Charts, eg flow charts to show processes.
Audio recordings
Outline cards
Re-write notes
Gather the lesson notes you missed
Seek help from friends - get a friend to test you and you test a friend.

Start now

Make your notes
work for you
Mix them up a bit - make notes from your notes based on the main topics.
Read them aloud.
Summarise your summary notes
Bullet points, key facts..
Make cue cards out of your key facts
Key facts
are the bits you want to remember so you can use them as prompts for all the other bits of info.
eg -
= things you know really well
= things you know something about, but not everything
= Topics you know nothing about. Your objectives.
Make a Mindmap - you might be able to get a whole topic of info onto one page using your prompts.
After you've sorted out your notes and started going over them (revising).....

Make up some questions and answers and check your memory progress

Voice/audio recording

Practice with previous exam papers

Work with others

Get help if you need it

Thank you
for your attention
Feed your brain
Keep hydrated - water water water
Healthy, fresh food - fruit and vegetables
Fish is good
Exercise, fresh air
positive thinking. Find your own mantra.... I can do this
Activity follows!
What's easy and what's hard for you?
1. Pick a subject.
2. Draw 3 columns. (computer fine)
3. Write in these headings: Hard, Easier, Easy.
4. Under each heading, write down the things you have leaned in that subject that you find hard, that are now easier or that are now easy.
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