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How to study for exams - Evidence-based revision tips

How to study for exams - Evidence-based revision tips

Ali Abdaal

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  • Note making takes up a lot of time.
  • It is a passive way of revising as your brain does not put much effort in.
  • It makes you feel productive when it helps very little.

  • Making your brain more Active.
  • Time spent on making notes can be used for making questions. After going through your topic of study answer those questions.
  • The harder your brain works the more it remembers.
  • This method can be faster and Much More

  1. Read the study topic while making questions
  2. Answer the questions on the day of reading the topic
  3. Answer the question 3 days later
  4. Answer them 1 week later
  5. Answer them 1 month later

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