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    I am so messed up! I have a 2 hr exam in 10 days and gota read 20 page case study for it. I will have the case study tomorrow and wondering what is the best way to revise?

    Do i spend one day reading the case study? dropping down points and memorizing it? or just step by step? i left it so late, and im so gutted.

    Im thinking of revising for 30 hrs straight, no sleep, but will that do any good for me?

    Am I getting it wrong or are you complaining about having to read only 20 pages for an exam which is scheduled in more than a week?!

    if this is serious...

    read through it (seriously it won't take long if you focus on it) and then read through it again whilst going over it with a highlighter.
    Next, bullet point the important point/phrases on each page and gradually condense the information into a page of key words which you can talk around. Now you only need to know a page.

    Just keep reading through it, over and over again. 20 pages isn't a lot.

    You are in third year and complaining about 20 pages to study?
    Look, I'm in fourth year, I have a research paper to do+exams+a teaching exam to study for... and I'm currently studying one of the many 500-page books I'm supposed to know inside out.

    I won't have time to do everything but that's just how it's designed sometimes, I'll work more on the other things after passing my first exams.

    20 pages to read=20 minutes tops. If you're super slow.
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