Deciding how to approach revision can be a challenging aspect of university as, what previously worked for you in school, may not be as effective or efficient as it used to be.
I found this while at university, as my previous method of writing out all my notes was not possible due to the high volume of information that was given out during lectures and seminars.
This led me to discover websites that can help build flashcards and provide new ways of revision.
Below are some of my favourite sites. They ensure that you don’t get overwhelmed with the information and methodologically, setting out the information for how you wish it to be presented.
This site helps you create flashcards without having to write out all of the information by hand.
You simply type the question and then, on the other side of the screen, type the answer. This then creates a card for you to use.
Once you have created all of your flashcards they shuffle them on their own. The ones that you keep getting wrong are prioritised, and the ones you continuously get right they put in a different section. This is so you can see what you know and what you need to work on.
This is an efficient site to use if you are a fan of flashcards. It helps you to focus on the areas that you don’t know or what you are struggling with, which can be hard to identify if you were to do the flashcards on paper yourself.