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Connected Flashcards

Three Connection Cards Variety

Unique study resource suitable for all exam age students

Connected Flash Cards are the perfect study tool for use throughout the academic year. They have been tried and tested by students from Age 12 to those taking university exams.

They are the ideal resource for writing out condensed/concise notes, making them more manageable and digestible for students.  Connected Flash Cards are also extremely flexible and students are encouraged to use a range of ways to organise and present information on the cards - graphic organisers, diagrams, bulleted notes, mnemonics etc. They are also bite-sized and portable which makes it easy for students to revise as they go about their daily business.

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How to use Connected Flashcards

  • Step 1
    Select a subject and topic

  • Step 2
    Select your connection card colour. Choose a colour you will continue to relate to that subject/content.

  • Step 3
    List the sub-topics on the contents card

  • Step 4
    Number other cards and link back to index system on the contents card

  • Step 5
    Write and sketch your condensed notes on to the cards

  • Step 6
    Generate questions for the Q card and write answers on the back

  • Step 7
    Revisit and review notes/questions at spaced intervals

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I got a D in my Biology GCSE mock and was really panicking as it was only 8 weeks until the actual exams. I started using the Study Maps and Connected Flashcards and can honestly say the resources had a big part to play in my eventually achieving a B in Biology in August. They helped me structure and organise my notes in a way I would never have thought of myself.

I got a D in my Biology GCSE mock and was really panicking as it was only 8 weeks until the actual exams. I started using the Study Maps and Connected Flashcards and can honestly say the resources had a big part to play in my eventually achieving a B in Biology in August. They helped me structure and organise my notes in a way I would never have thought of myself.

Fionn Oglesby - GCSE Student