Take this quiz to find out which revision methods are most suitable for you.

Take this quiz to find out which revision methods are most suitable for you.

Hello Magical Maths users. Do you ever feel that your students’ revision methods are not enough? Do you feel that what they are doing can only themyou so far? If so, then worry no more because the brains at Revision Universe have spent days with physcological experts to create a quiz which determines the most suitable revision method for them.

This is done by using and dissecting the choices that you make on our quiz and then giving you a thorough set of results which you can then integrate into your revision ethic. This quiz is designed for all pupils but primarily for KS3 and GCSE students. Another great aspect of this quiz is that it only takes one minute to fill out the ten question long quiz. Once you have completed the quiz, you recieve a detailed analysis and report which includes many links and options about where you could take your revision further.

Overall, this quiz will improve your students’ revision drastically. Having already seen it influence hundreds of GCSE pupils, it was only a matter of time before the Magical Maths community were made aware of this brilliant innovation. With this your students can now revise more efficiently and effectively.

This is not the only expectional feature offered by Revision Universe though. There are many fantastic resources for subjects including Maths, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, History, Geography and Computing. Plus we have a blog, reading list, a page on Revision Tips, an email newsletter service, useful links and an Anagram Fridays competition. To visit our site click here. Or follow us on twitter here.

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