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    Question Revision Techniques

    Well good-day to all,

    I'm quite new to this site, so forgive me if I've posted the wrong sort of mail to this forum. However, I was wondering if anyone could answer me on the topic of "Revision Techniques" ? As, with my final AS level exam drawing near, (two weeks) it would be extremely helpful to know what ways I can absorb information I.e. Terminology etc, which would help me pass my coming exam.

    Hope all is well.

    God bless,

    Jackalina the Wise



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    Re: Revision Techniques

    You have to try to find the way that suits you, as different people learn in different ways. I find that pacing about and talking helps fix things in my memory. Break things down into small chunks and take it a bit at a time.

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