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Apr 16, 2024

How RHINO Stationery Can Help With Your Revision

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The Easter holidays are a well-deserved break; getting back into the swing of things can be difficult, especially when exams are looming in the very near future! Here are a few ways RHINO Stationery can be your secret weapon for conquering post-Easter brain fog and powering through revision.

Mind Map with Desk Pads

Feeling overwhelmed by the sheer volume of information you need to revise? RHINO desk pads are your blank canvas for conquering chaos. Jot down daily revision goals, and to-do lists, or unleash your inner artist with mind maps and colourful diagrams. The desk pad is your personal study space, allowing you to organise information visually and tailor your revision approach to your learning style.

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Organise your notes with our Tinted Paper Range

The RHINO tinted paper range isn't just for neurodivergent individuals. The different coloured covers and papers within the range offer a fantastic way to categorise your subjects visually. This makes finding the information you need during revision easier, reducing mental clutter and maximising efficiency.

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Master Note-Taking with Cornell Exercise Books

Taking effective notes is crucial for successful revision. Our RHINO Cornell Exercise Books are designed with a unique layout that promotes active note-taking and information retention. Dedicate space for cues, questions, and summaries, transforming your notes into a powerful revision tool that helps you understand and remember key concepts.

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If you're feeling overwhelmed by revision, don't sweat it!Student Navigator states that the sooner you get into a good routine the easier it will be. Plan today and start TODAY. Revision consists of understanding, learning and applying your knowledge to questions. What content do you need to go through to understand it more clearly? How are you going to learn the content and commit it to memory? Summarise the knowledge by making a mindmap or Cornell notes and then test the knowledge. Finally, apply your knowledge to practice questions and papers.

Going back to school after the Easter break doesn’t have to be stressful, with the right tools and a strategic approach, you can conquer revision and ace those exams.

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