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I have my exams at the end of may/start of june for classics, and I really need to begin revising but I always feel as if I have too much work for my other classes and I don't know any effective ways to remember content... help??
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Hi, it depends what you are studying specifically. If you are studying classical literature, I'd suggest making summaries of each chapter (e.g. of the Odyssey) and making mind maps including key characters and events. I also tried to remember key quotes as I felt it helped in the exams. About feeling like you have too much work in your other subjects, I think with Classics, it helps to find time to do some reading when you're on the bus or have a bit of time between classes. Just don't get too stressed. Hope that helps!
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I have my exams at the end of may/start of june for classics, and I really need to begin revising but I always feel as if I have too much work for my other classes and I don't know any effective ways to remember content... help??
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