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Revising for Psychology

Psychology has a lot of information for students to learn for examinations and tests. Therefore, it is a good idea to start revising for examinations well before the examination date. Otherwise, you can often find yourself in and not I will to cover all the necessary required material in the amount of time you have. Maybe by breaking down the revision process into manageable chunks often works well. For example, you may want to cover one lecture a day, or even one topic over a number of days. It all depends on how much time you have before the exam, and what works best for you.

In addition to scheduling the revision timetable, you must also think about how you are going to revise. What sort of techniques do you use? Do you prefer information to be represented in diagrams and colours? Or do you prefer to use classic bullet points instead? Everyone is different and certain revision technique which works you may not work your friend. You can try different types but it isn’t that you do this at a time where you are not too close to your exam as it may take a bit of time to discover your best learning technique.

The articles and notes on this website are presented in a lot of text and very few diagrams or images. However, the important thing to remember is that you must try and condense material into manageable chunks so it’s easy to remember. Also, don’t forget that you need to keep reminding yourself about what you’ve learnt, otherwise you will forget it.

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