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    well, i didnt know where to put this exactly but i thought it was about every day life and time management.

    ok im at university final year, i have not studied at all through out the past two semesters and im hoping to get v high marks for the exams hopefully a 1st.
    considering this, i dont know how to plan my revision (well actually learning). i need a great plan which i can use over the next 5 weeks before my exams.
    i have 7 exams one module each. 2 of the modules overlap greatly as they're both about banking and have a lot of overlapping concepts. also, theres 2 others both on finance. one is on tourism, airport management. one is marketing, one is Human resources.

    how would you go about revising for 7 different topics. i was considering doing 4 topics a day and spend 12 hours a day studying but i think this may be ineffective and unrealistic.

    what are your thoughts please?
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    Start revising instead of planning it.
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    spend 1 hour making a realistic plan. then get the **** on with it. 6 hours focused revision a day is better than 12 hours staring vaguely at your notes.
 
 
 

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