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    is it possible?
    If so, how would you go about it?

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    Probably if you try hard enough.

    Sort the sections into an order of what you want to tackle first. Either what's most likely to come up, what you find hardest.

    I'd bullet point all the important parts but I don't think I'd manage to get through it all in a day. I


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    Yes, it is. If it is well known then read the SparkNotes or YorkNotes.
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    (Original post by jaydamber)
    Probably if you try hard enough.

    Sort the sections into an order of what you want to tackle first. Either what's most likely to come up, what you find hardest.

    I'd bullet point all the important parts but I don't think I'd manage to get through it all in a day. I


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    cool.

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    (Original post by Arkasia)
    Yes, it is. If it is well known then read the SparkNotes or YorkNotes.
    Not in literature terms.
    would you be able to revise a book that correlated with your specification but was 200 pages? in one day

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    (Original post by missfats)
    Not in literature terms.
    would you be able to revise a book that correlated with your specification but was 200 pages? in one day

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    I have done it multiple times both for coursework and for exams.
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    (Original post by Arkasia)
    I have done it multiple times both for coursework and for exams.
    Wow.
    kudos to you. :eek::eek::eek::eek:

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    (Original post by missfats)
    Wow.
    kudos to you. :eek::eek::eek::eek:

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    I feel very proud of myself for putting in minimal effort.
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    (Original post by Arkasia)
    I feel very proud of myself for putting in minimal effort.
    that's the way to go.

    lol

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    You should try as hard as you can, don't lose hope basically
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    One day revision is still better than no days revision. Personally I would section it off into the bits that are most important to learn, learn those first, and then make my way onto the other stuff if i had time.
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    1 days is 24 hours, first 4 hours break the information down, from 200 pages it will go down to 100 pages, then revise 5 pages per hour for the next 20 hours

    Drink a lot of redbull
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    (Original post by gen. AIDEED)
    1 days is 24 hours, first 4 hours break the information down, from 200 pages it will go down to 100 pages, then revise 5 pages per hour for the next 20 hours

    Drink a lot of redbull
    there's 9 sections.

    I put one A3 side of notes for each section.

    2 sides = 2 section

    so I need 4 A3 papers and one side of another AND BOOM!


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    (Original post by missfats)
    there's 9 sections.

    I put one A3 side of notes for each section.

    2 sides = 2 section

    so I need 4 A3 papers and one side of another AND BOOM!


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    knife and fork, make a meal of it
 
 
 
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