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Revision - Memory Improvement Presentation to help students with revision

Revision - Memory Improvement Presentation to help students with revision

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Take a look at this short presentation from Exam Café to give you some tips to help you improve your memory. Ideal at revision time, we hope you find it useful, whether you're sitting your GCSE exams, A Levels or Year 9 exams!

There are a selection of suggestions depending on your revision technique, we hope you find it helpful!

Good Luck!

For the latest GCSE Maths 2010 news, free resources and free maths activities, visit us now at http://aqagcsemaths.wordpress.com/
Take a look at this short presentation from Exam Café to give you some tips to help you improve your memory. Ideal at revision time, we hope you find it useful, whether you're sitting your GCSE exams, A Levels or Year 9 exams!

There are a selection of suggestions depending on your revision technique, we hope you find it helpful!

Good Luck!

For the latest GCSE Maths 2010 news, free resources and free maths activities, visit us now at http://aqagcsemaths.wordpress.com/

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Published by: Pearson Schools and FE Colleges on Apr 29, 2010
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Improve your memory!
Having a good memory can be pretty useful atexam time. Here are some ideas on how toimprove yours«
 
© Pearson Education 2010
Focus!
You won¶t remember something if you weren¶tpaying attention in the first place!If you arestruggling to concentrate, stop doing anythingelse.If you are easily distracted, remove thedistractions or find somewhere quieter.
 
© Pearson Education 2010
Know your own style
 Adapt information to suit your learning style.Many people are
visual
learners, and they findreading and visualising information mosthelpful.
Auditory
learners will remember moreby listening.
Kinaesthetic
learners like doingactive things most.What¶s your style?

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