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    Hey there,

    I'm in the first year at LSE studying the LLB. It's Christmas holiday and I haven't done much revision. I do not have January exams, but I am all too aware of how little time there is before exams start to seem close. Of the work I have done, I've been focussing on one module (contract) and I've been writing exam revision notes. Would you suggest that it's more effective to skim over everything or to focus on one subject and begin exam preparation?

    How important is christmas revision? Should I be stressing out as much as I am? I was pretty diligent over the first term, at least until about week 7 so I am quite on top of things. Any advice about the general approach to get a first / how to revise / how to relax / how to make notes / what materials to purchase would be greatly appreciated.



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