I remember being in Sixth Form in England, stressing about what universities I would place in my top two choices for UCAS. Being in third year now, I genuinely am so happy I chose Exeter. Although it sounds cliché, Exeter has allowed me to live a great student life which is probably (another cliché statement) something I won’t ever forget.
Through the midst of Christmas and New Year celebrations, perhaps some of you try to avoid the question “how is revision going?” Yet, exams are right around the corner, so I hope to help at least some of you out there who are struggling to revise and probably googling the least amount of marks you have to attain to pass the year.
Before I came to University of Exeter, I personally took a long time to figure out what revision techniques suited me best. In school, my teachers would always say “revise how you study best.” Some of my friends would study in groups, use flash cards or even say their thoughts out loud. It took me a while ’till I figured what revision methods work best for me. Below is some advice I hope you can implement to your revision. (more…)