REVISION PREP

Friday, 8 November 2013







If you read my back to uni stationery post then you'll know I like to be organised. Very, very organised. I don't like leaving things until the last minute and like to plan ahead so I have time to fit everything in. With a class test worth 20% of my law module at the beginning of December and three exams to revise for and a four piece portfolio to work towards over Christmas, I wanted to buy some revision tools in order to prep efficiently. It may seem far too early to be thinking about any of this but the last seven weeks have flown by so I know the next couple of months will fly by as well.

The most important revision tool for me is index cards. I like to use one book for each module so all my work is separated. These were only a couple of pounds and are really handy for condensing all my notes to ensure I learn the most important information. I find it hard to separate text visually if it's all in black so although I bought some boring black Biros, I also bought some coloured ones. Blue, pink, green and purple are really fun and bright colours and help separate different key words and topics. My last purchase was a hole punch so I can file all my practise exam questions and handouts in my folders. I hate manually creating holes because it's messy so a hole punch was a necessity.

What essentials do you buy for revision prep? Is there anything else you think I need?


4 comments:

  1. These are perfect for exams, love stationary posts!

    theglamaddict.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. Thanks Hannah, I don't think I could revise properly without proper prep!X

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  2. Highlighters are a must for me when revising. How much were the index cards, they're quite expensive at whsmith?
    Kookii || The Beauty Diary♥

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    1. I used to use highlighters but prefer these coloured biros now! They're £1.75 from Wilkinsons but they're not double sided - still great though X

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