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    Im going to start around the 2nd week of feb and spend 6 weeks note-taking and going over and over and testing myself on topics. Then the whole of april testing myself and just making sure i know everything inside out

    im a first year btw aiming for a high 2:1 or 1st
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    The month long Easter holiday is a good time to start and indeed do the bulk of it IMO as you have completed all your lectures and essays I assume.
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    (Original post by Wimbs)
    The month long Easter holiday is a good time to start and indeed do the bulk of it IMO as you have completed all your lectures and essays I assume.
    Yeah but is one month enough to revise?
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    Starting in the month break. Going to concentrate getting the highest possible marks in essays.

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    If you have been conscientious enough to read lecture notes and understand them during term time a month should be sufficient (remember its effectively more for most exams as some go on into the start of June so really its 1-2 months.)
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    I'm wondering the same thing too. I think I'm going to dedicate one day a week (probably Fridays) to revise the Autumn-Winter term's stuff as my notes are complete I just need to learn it. Then make sure I keep up with preparing notes and doing all the reading for my Spring lectures and then begin proper revising as soon as this term ends (end of March).
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    About 2 weeks before my first exam, like usual.
    Starting too early makes me bored and frustrated and then I end up forgetting everything anyway.
 
 
 
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