Revise ( Cambridge Online Dictionary.)verb UK /rɪˈvaɪz/ US /rɪˈvaɪz/
1. To look at or consider again an idea, piece of writing, etc. in order to correct or improve it:
His helpfulness today has made me revise my original opinion/impression of him.
His publishers made him revise his manuscript three times.
2. Review to study again something you have already learned, in preparation for an exam:
We're revising (algebra) for the test tomorrow.
Review verb (THINK AGAIN) verb UK /rɪˈvjuː/ US /rɪˈvjuː/
1. To think or talk about something again, in order to make changes to it or to make a decision about it:
The committee is reviewing the current arrangement/situation.
Let's review what has happened so far.
He reviewed his options before making a final decision.
2 [ T ] If critics review a book, play, film, etc. they write their opinion of it:
I only go to see films that are reviewed favourably.
3.[ T ] When an important person reviews military forces, they formally visit and look at them:
The Queen reviewed the troops on her recent visit.
Personal view: On may learn those differences by using them in writings or come across by reading.