Using past papers is a fantastic way to find out how your revision is going, where you need to improve and for getting to grips with exam technique. With exams fast approaching, The Student Room has put together this handy guide to help you revise using past papers.
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Studential say that drawing a learning map is a great way to absorb information if you’re a ‘visual learner’. The main idea is to draw rather than write, which engages a different part of your brain and helps with the learning process. Find out more of their tips here.
For some of us, the run up to exams can leave us so distracted we just can’t think straight and procrastination seems to be the only option. Thankfully The Student Room provides some helpful tips on how to avoid procrastination and get back on track with your revision.
UCAS Blogger, Itunu says remember to take a deep breath and relax. It feels stressful now but don’t let things get to you. It’s all about putting the effort in – what you put in is what you will get out. See all of her tips here.