In order to get the most out of your revision, I advise creating a schedule, so you have a visual timetable of your day, & therefore know the times where you're able to sit down & study. This allows you to eliminate periods of time where you're wasting away what could be precious & beneficial time for studying. Make sure when creating a schedule or timetable to factor in any extra-curricular things you have on, & hobbie
If I am in an older classroom I will teach them how to create a weekly planner and plan time to study for test, quizzes, etc. I will do this because I know that distributed practice is much more efficient for memory than massed practice is.
brandi-studies: “The Five Day Study Plan: Exam season is upon us (actually, exam season has been this entire semester for me, really. I’ve had at least one exam every week since January) so I decided to make a little info graphic on the study.
Make yourself a time table to make sure that you are revising each of your subjects. Having a hard paper copy will make sure you revise. Stick it on your wall or take a picture and save it as your lock screen.
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