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As you can see from the title, today I am going to share with you a variety of tips and advice on how to revise Chemistry effectively. We all know that revising can be hard sometimes, especially for subjects like Physics, which a large percentage of students find hard to understand. I hope that this collection of tips I have created for you will contribute to making revising a lot easier! So, without further ado, let’s start!

First of all, I create a book in which I gather all of the definitions and the theory in general. This helps me a lot because it is scientifically proven that writing something is much more effective than reading it! You can create this book and keep it all year long, adding more and more information as you learn more. Furthermore, you are able to write all the theory in a unique way that is easy for you to understand and carry the book with you to study whenever you can!

Another useful tip is to create pocket flashcards with the formulas and reactions you have to learn. In that way, you will be able to revise on the go, for example while you are on the bus, returning home. I personally do this on a daily basis and it has helped me a lot!

What about recording your notes? I know that this sounds weird, but recording your Chemistry notes and the categories of elements you need to learn is so helpful! You can later listen to your notes while doing chores etc, or instead of listening to music. As a result, you will retain much more information faster!

Studying groups are proven to help you learn the material you are studying better. That happens because when you try to teach the material, you end up understanding it better! Moreover, you will have fun while exploring the chemical reactions with your friends and - who knows - you might help someone out!

That's a wrap! Hope you liked my article! If so, leave it a heart! I tried to include the tips I find useful in my everyday life and studying sessions, the tips that help me understand Chemistry better. Hope I helped you out too! More to come soon!

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