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    So many mixed opinions on revision. I've been doing a few hours a day (up to 4/5) for a week or so and re-read the material throughout the year plus have made tonnes of notes and spider diagrams. My exam is in two weeks time.

    My plan now is to go through all these essay questions I have, allocate the studies and theorists to them then reduce this to a spider diagram for each chapter (e.g. working memory, LTM, AM etc.), create a question and answer sheet so I can be tested on them and also attempt answering the essay questions.

    Would this constitute cramming? Or is cramming when you're doing 10 hours a day a week or less before the exam?

    Not at all. This seems like a very clear and methodical revision plan
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