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How to revise differently? - February 3rd 2012, 07:40 PM

I'm awkward with revision in that I revise best by talking to people. My psychology teacher knows my issues and says I need to find a way to train myself to use other techniques when discussion is not available. I have no idea how to approach training myself to revise differently, so can anyone help me? Not being able to discuss things before my psych mock ended me with an E, so I really need the help if anyone can suggest anything.

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Re: How to revise differently? - February 4th 2012, 03:40 PM

This might seem crazy but it might work for you too.
Take a board and a chalk, and start explaining things to an imaginary class. Like play teacher-teacher like we used to when we were young. Try to take up doubts, like there are some places when people usually have doubts.
And it doesn't make anyone crazy like some people might thing. I've done this loads of times. My sister has studies like this all her life.



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