Introduction: How to Revise Properly WITH UPDATES!
When I looked, there was only one instructable on how to revise - INSTRUCTABLES NEEDS MORE!!
-Due to some of my comments, it appears that I should have said that you don't have to use mind maps digitally and that, to be honest, it will help you more to do it by hand! Simply Mind doesn't allow you to add pictures so that's why there isn't any!!
Thankyou to 'MindMapper1' for a lovely long comment for me to see!!!
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Step 1: Supplies!
Make sure you have what you need. Eg. pens, pencils, folder, paper etc.
Step 2: Method: Mind Maps
I prefer to use mind maps. An excellent free app for this is Simple Mind .
Step 3: Method 1: Mind Maps
First start with the central topic
Step 4: Method 1: Mind Maps
Add subtitles on to that.
Step 5: Method 1: Mind Maps
Add extra notes onto that
Step 6: Method 1: Mind Maps
Increase until you get all info in that mind map!
Step 7: Method 1: Mind Maps
Mind maps are great for topics like science, maths and languages because you usually have different sections in one big section. Eg. In maths, area - you have many shapes to find the area of and you could spread it out into a mind map!!!