The most effective revision works best if you have to TRY to retrieve it. Believe it or not, forgetting is essential in remembering.
This revision strategy I ‘magpied’ from here:
https://www.shortcutstv.com/blog/2018/02/23/the-memory-clock/ Part of a revision strategy that involves, reviewing a topic, attempt to remember, applying to exam questions, and self assessment.
Here is an example of one that I used: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1TaWLZg9a4EuovpGqCquBtY6GCfGJIvR7 Here, students were asked to spend 5 minutes max on each segment (focused around an exam question topic).
**You could split the clock into 12 segments and spend a minute or two on each, so lots of potential to adapt and vary this**
Here is a link to a free downloadable template from the TES: