Divide up the centre pages of your exercise books into a grid of 12 rectangles. In one of the rectangles, write or draw the key facts or concepts from the topic you are currently studying. Use as much colour as possible. As new topics are covered, other rectangles can be filled in to produce a handy one page revision checklist.
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