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As you get four topics within each exam, would it be more useful to revise for two topics (e.g elections and political parties for Unit 1 and the Prime Minister and the Judiciary for Unit 2) thoroughly for each exam? Or would it be better to revise all topics within the Units?
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As you get four topics within each exam, would it be more useful to revise for two topics (e.g elections and political parties for Unit 1 and the Prime Minister and the Judiciary for Unit 2) thoroughly for each exam? Or would it be better to revise all topics within the Units?
If you're *very* confident that you can cover two topics to the extent that you can definitely answer a question on them then you can try this, but I'd suggest that this is a rather risky strategy - you might find that a very unpleasant question comes up for one of them, without a way to avoid having to answer it. Revising as much of the material as possible would be my recommendation.
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