Top Revision Tips

  • Learn a key quote for each religion per module - at least use the following methods:
  • Make a book mark with them on and use the book mark
  • Make post - it notes to go by beside bed/on fridge/back of loo door!
  • Use modern tech record the quotes and listen to them
  • Test each other
  • Teach a class a key quote
  • Use pictures to remember them - camel needle etc.
  • Start early - the exams are closer than you think. Don't put it off until the last minute!
  • Have separate revision notes/guides for each unit of work.
  • Revise with somebody else and test each other regularly (independent study is also necessary though!)
  • Don't just read your notes cover to cover - revision needs to involve active participation.
  • Work little and often - don't allow yourself to get swamped, remember to take a break.
  • Understand why you are doing your exams, and why you want to do well. Identify a target to work towards.
  • Work in a cool, light and airy environment - not hunched over a desk in the dark.
  • Keep hydrated - the brain works up to 20% more efficiently and can slow down considerably if dehydrated.
  • Attend revision clubs - speak to your teacher - that's what we're here for!
  • Make use of colour - keep revision notes bright, colourful and eye-catching.
  • Plaster your room with revision posters and mind maps that you have made - subliminal learning works!
  • practice past papers online or to get them from teacher
  • mind mapping for a particular topic, sometimes doing this with a friend can help.

Revision Sessions
Wednesday and Thursday Lunchtimes
Mondays 3.10-4.10

Key Information

Exam Board: AQA
Course: Religious Studies B

Useful Revision Tools


Sam Learning


Unit 1

Unit 3 - Religion and Morality

Revision Activities

Exam Practice Questions

Evaluation Question

Revision Bubble Activities