In order for me to keep up with all my subjects, I write my notes every weekend on what I've learnt that week so when comes exam season, I'm not cramming in pages and pages of notes and will basically just spend my free time reading and practising/applying the content and stuff. You can use palm cards but I just use normal a4 pages but honestly I really should've used those flash cards, incorporating colour so it doesn't look heavy and difficult to understand, I recommend you have some form of note taking to keep up with your content-based subjects. Then when your exam comes, get someone to test you or a form of other way to test yourself such as past papersThankyou so much! Because my subjects are so content-based, what's the best way to remember and memorise everything from every subject?
Write at least one practice essay and submit it to your teacher/tutor/parent before an assessment. Basically know the important stuff from it, and spit it out in the exam. Practise moulding your essay to different types of questions you could get.what's the best piece of advice you could offer for:
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Past papers are your best friend. Also, keep a book where you can record difficult questions you find, as well as the solutions to them. Look at these a day or two before an exam, and try and recall how to do them. If you don't remember, check the solution and redo the question immediately afterwards, and again at a later date. This allows you to gain practice at doing a variety of hard questions correctly. (I got this advice from a state ranker in Advanced Maths.)- Advanced Math