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OK so this is your revision lifeline including top tips and resources. If you have a specific revision question don't forget our Twitter feed @andallthatweb. Remember - revision is a long term process of helping your brain to remember what you have learnt so that you can deploy it effectively in the exams. Get started ASAP!
1) Get some top tips on effective revision by reading the leaflet "Revising the Facts" OR looking at "How Your Brain Learns"
2) Reflect on some of the top tips about preparing for your History GCSE.
3) Once you have read the above, make a plan for how you are going to tackle revision. You can then get cracking!
Dealing with exam nerves gives you tried and tested tips on how to overcome the exam jitters.
Basic exam skills helps to explain what key examination words mean.
Basic Revision Advice gives you Mr Walker's Top Tips for effective revision
Revision and Preferred Learning Styles helps you understand how best you learn and offers strategies to play to your strengths
External Revision Links identifies the best External revision sites (in addition to this one!).
You are also encouraged to download a Revision Planner today and to make a start organising your revision