Yesterday you divided your material into eight sections. You will be working on the first of those today. Reduce the material in your first section by working through it, at a reasonably fast pace, and making revision notes, the briefer the better, ready to make some revision cards later.Only look up the minimum amount of information, at points where you now realise, looking back on the material, that you have not understood something. Some of your material can be left behind at this point, as you can safely assume that you will not need to use it in the exams.Imagine a place that you know well – a room, or your whole house, usually works well. Then, as you look at your revision cards, imagine putting each piece of information in a different place in the space. Take your time and really try to see it in your mind’s eye, with the pieces of information exactly where you put them. If you have an essay plan you are trying to recall, you could try placing the information in a journey around the location you have chosen, so that when you try to recall the plan, you can imagine yourself walking around the scene, picking up information in the right order.
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