There are two ways to reduce your pile of revision cards: you could follow the guide on Day Five, so that you end up with far fewer cards, or, if you feel more confident in an area, you could go straight to making a detailed essay plan for that area. At this stage, you could just brainstorm a topic. If you find that you have left very little out, all of the topic cards can be discarded and you can revise from your plan or brainstorm.It is far easier to remember things if you are using your knowledge, and essay plans are a good way to do this. Even if most of your exams are multiple-choice or shortanswer exams, planning can help you to use, and therefore more easily recall, the material you need. You will come to know the best method for you as you practise. Over the next few pages there are examples of how different methods might be used.
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