Revision planning
here are some options for revising,
there is no single way which suits everyone and you don't need to do them all but
it is important to make a plan
update the action column then add some of the activities to your
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make a revision plan
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find our more about how to revise at
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use the and to plan your time and activity
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review the topics in each unit, work out your priorities, add them to your
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explore and read the notes available online
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BBC computing science N5, St Kent's computing
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work with others
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sign up and attend study support
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agree to study with friends at home or in school or online
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make your own notes based on bitsize, quizlet or St Kent's computing
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make a
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use a jotter or notebook to copy or summarise notes
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use post-its to help visualise and organise key points
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write or copy answers to exam questions
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SQA on St Kent's website
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use the
list of question topics
to see what key points come up in the exam paper
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think about how you can for exam questions
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use the features on the quizlet site
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key points using flashcards, match or learn
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check your recall with a
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Create a print version (paper or PDF) of a topic to make a definition sheet
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write and test code on coding websites
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html, css , javascript on
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java on
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SQL on
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If you find something here you want to follow up then add it to your
example of mind map and post-its
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You can use your google account to use this website to make your own mind-maps / post-its


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