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    gots me a legal theory exam tomorrow that I know nothing about.
    need some ideas on how to take a lot in overnight. luckily its an afternoon exam
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    (Original post by Danny Welbeck)
    gots me a legal theory exam tomorrow that I know nothing about.
    need some ideas on how to take a lot in overnight. luckily its an afternoon exam
    Even a minute of looking into a textbook before the exam can be fruitful. Trust me, the last idea I had on my biology baccalareate was from something I read before entering the examination room, and it got me an A :rofl:
    Until you get any useful replies, I suggest you begin some hardcore revising. It's still not too late, but it will be if you'll still be on TSR :giggle:
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    (Original post by LaMandarine)
    Even a minute of looking into a textbook before the exam can be fruitful. Trust me, the last idea I had on my biology baccalareate was from something I read before entering the examination room, and it got me an A :rofl:
    Until you get any useful replies, I suggest you begin some hardcore revising. It's still not too late, but it will be if you'll still be on TSR :giggle:
    haha thank you
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    (Original post by LaMandarine)
    Even a minute of looking into a textbook before the exam can be fruitful. Trust me, the last idea I had on my biology baccalareate was from something I read before entering the examination room, and it got me an A :rofl:
    Until you get any useful replies, I suggest you begin some hardcore revising. It's still not too late, but it will be if you'll still be on TSR :giggle:
    soo very true
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    1a. GET OFF TSR
    b. Write all notes before 2am. 2am is your deadline. Type if you have to.
    2. Sleep for 3-4 hours. 6am is wakey uppy time
    3. Wake up and learn/memorise/revise

    This is the plan for me. I've got a Psych exam tomorrow afternoon. I revise better with hand written notes, but in doing that I only got 1/3 of my notes written over the last 2ish days. Now I have no choice but to type. Right now I'm sorting out the last half of my notes. I give up on text books and that bs because I just don't have the time so I'm literally just revising what I'm seeing on my lecture presentations. Fun times! I started this year adamant that I'll be ending it with a 1st. Right now I really don't give a **** about what I get as long as I don't have to do this particular module again. :eek:
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    (Original post by Vixen47)
    1a. GET OFF TSR
    b. Write all notes before 2am. 2am is your deadline. Type if you have to.
    2. Sleep for 3-4 hours. 6am is wakey uppy time
    3. Wake up and learn/memorise/revise

    This is the plan for me. I've got a Psych exam tomorrow afternoon. I revise better with hand written notes, but in doing that I only got 1/3 of my notes written over the last 2ish days. Now I have no choice but to type. Right now I'm sorting out the last half of my notes. I give up on text books and that bs because I just don't have the time so I'm literally just revising what I'm seeing on my lecture presentations. Fun times! I started this year adamant that I'll be ending it with a 1st. Right now I really don't give a **** about what I get as long as I don't have to do this particular module again. :eek:
    I had the same thought at the start of the year
    but thank you! that was what I needed. I'll let you know how it goes. Good luck with yours!!
 
 
 

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