Here are some tips to revise for the VCE year 12 exam in a month:

  • Create a revision schedule. This will help you to stay on track and make sure that you cover all the material that you need to know. Be realistic about how much time you have and how much you can learn in a day.
  • Focus on your weaknesses. Identify the areas where you need the most improvement and spend more time revising those topics. You can use practice exams and past papers to help you identify your weaknesses.
  • Use a variety of revision methods. Find revision methods that work for you and stick to them. Some people find it helpful to make notes, while others prefer to create mind maps or flashcards. You can also try teaching the material to someone else, which can help you to solidify your understanding.
  • Take breaks. It is important to take breaks while you are revising. This will help you to stay focused and avoid burnout. Get up and move around every 20-30 minutes and take a longer break every 2-3 hours.
  • Eat healthy and get enough sleep. Eating healthy foods and getting enough sleep will give you the energy that you need to revise effectively. Avoid eating too much junk food or sugary drinks and aim to get 7-8 hours of sleep per night.

Here are some additional tips that may be helpful:

  • Form a study group. Studying with friends can help you to stay motivated and focused. You can quiz each other, discuss difficult concepts, and share revision resources.
  • Use online resources. There are many helpful online resources available for VCE students, such as practice exams, past papers, and video tutorials.
  • Get help from teachers and tutors. If you are struggling with a particular topic, don’t be afraid to ask your teacher/tutor for help. They can provide you with additional resources and guidance. If you need a tutor for last minute VCE preparation, please click
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It is important to remember that everyone learns differently. What works for one student may not work for another. Experiment with different revision methods and find what works best for you. And don’t be afraid to ask for help if you need it.

Good luck with your exams!