1. Make notes (even when reading over notes) - the act of writing is a very effective way of putting information to memory.

2. Naps - classical musicians when learning new pieces will often practise for 30 minutes then sleep for 20 minutes, allowing the information they have processed to become embedded in their subconscious. This is equally applicable to revision.

3. Buddy up! Find a fellow stu... more

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My tips for revision would be:

- do it little and often

- always go back and look over notes frequently

- ask questions when you’re unsure

Revising is difficult and very tiring! It is much easier to do half an hour of each subject a week earlier in the year than to pile it all up nearer to May. Revision can be as simple as practising exam papers on a topic you’ve recently studied, so it jogs your... more

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