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Saturday, 7 January 2012

HEAD DOWN TIME

Okay, iv left it a little late, and now i have realised its time to start some revision. :(

Iv got two exams next week; chemistry and French so I'm gonna get some hard work done for them in preparation.

My favourite method of revision is compiling as many past-papers from previous exams as i can and doing them all. I find this helps me learn little packets of information i would have otherwise neglected, and also lets me learn exam technique, which in some cases can be nearly as important as the actual subject info!

Would love to hear how you guys revise for your exams and if any of you have any little tips i could use? :)


16 comments:

  1. Teaming up with a friend and testing each other is a good method. Even if they don't do the subject, give them your book and get them to ask you questions from it.

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  2. some tips I use, blocking all the noises, underline the important parts, sleep like a baby even there's people who says cold showers helps too but who knows.

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  3. I've got chemistry, too. :/

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  4. I ALWAYS write down important point in whatever I have to read. with a pen and paper. great help for memorization

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  5. I agree with Kon. Finding a friend would be the best way to go.

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  6. study buddys are great! quiz eachother and such!

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  7. With a friend... I always ended playing videogames so, maybe going to a public library with a friend? I'm followin you ;)

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  8. Neat blog. Following!
    I don`t necessarily encourage you to buddy up and go to a library. I never felt that I could properly concentrate on studying in public places or when having friends around.
    The most important thing is that you would feel comfortable and when you do, then just focus on the materials. Good luck!

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  9. you learn just like playing the memory game.

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  10. I am in the same boat as you. Fundamentals of computing is killing me with the 3d maths matrices and whatnot ! AH!

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  11. I like remembering facts,and then just making sentances out of them. Works great :)
    +follow

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  12. Interesting looking blog, following :D

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  13. Very interesting, good read.

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  14. For hardcore memorization classes, flash cards are a must.

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  15. well DURING the test, you could use the test itself as an aid. Worked a lot better in my computer science and spanish classes than compared to my math classes. Good luck dude

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