Exams and RevisionIntroduction: What is revision? It is worth regularly revisiting work you have covered. This way you become familiar with the content. Try and get into the habit of looking over lecture notes at regular times (for example at the end of each day). Revision is not a last minute panic to cram in as much as possible. Write a list of reasons why you want to pass your exams and display it as a constant reminder. Helpful tips for stress free learning Create a relaxed atmosphere Whenever possible, break tasks down into smaller and more manageable “chunks”, that will then be easier to remember Revise previously covered work on a regular basis Organisation Exams and revision can be tackled with careful preparation and a methodical, organised approach. You may wish to devise a plan before you start. Revision and learning style Exams do place emphasis on memory and remembering information (often in sequence). Visual – seeing pictures, diagrams, using images and visuals Visual approach. Sound approach.
BRAIN.HE - Best Resources for Achievement and Intervention re Neurodiversity in Higher EducationFurther Reading and WebsitesThe RCA library has a number of books and videos concerned with dyslexia and dyspraxia. They are all located just inside the mezzanine level, on the left. , Dr Beve Hornsby. , Thomas West. , Ronald Davis. , Julia Crisfield T. , Betty Edwards , by Ellie Chamber and Andrew Northedge. , L Marshall and F Rowland , Tony Buzan , Tony Buzan , Tony Buzan , M. , M.F. , Dr A. M. Please have a search through these sites – there is a lot of useful information in them. The BDA www.bdadyslexia.org.uk Raises awareness of dyslexia, dyslexia assessments, trains support teachers Xtraordinary People www.xtraordinarypeople.com Raises awareness andcreates funds to instigate dyslexia training in schools Dyslexia Action www.dyslexiaaction.org.uk Dyslexia assessment, teacher training courses, workplace consultations British Dyslexics www.britishdyslexics.co.uk Provides services and information for children and parents with dyslexia The Adult Dyslexia Organisation www.adult-dyslexia.org Supports dyslexic men and women. www.interdys.org