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    So I have started revision today, I am doing 5 hours a day, is that ok? Also in 4 hours I managed half of the Theology module, it feels a little slow too me as I compressed the notes into 5 pages, so is that rate of work slow? Do I need to become faster?

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    i don't really think its about the hours, more about how u learn tbh, but i think to learn that in 4 hrs is good, its not rlly slow. but u should prioritize what u do, so u could do one thing for an hour, stick to it, then do something for 2 hours etc. make sure u take breaks too.
    best of luck with ur exams hun. xx
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    (Original post by Tindera2)
    So I have started revision today, I am doing 5 hours a day, is that ok? Also in 4 hours I managed half of the Theology module, it feels a little slow too me as I compressed the notes into 5 pages, so is that rate of work slow? Do I need to become faster?

    Thank you in advance.
    5 hours, sounds good. Make sure you take brakes and all the rest [you've probably heard all of this before], if you feel like taking on an extra half an a hour to an hour then fire away but compressing half the theology module into 5 pages, that seems a little small, maybe try to expand on the revision you've already done. If you feel like you're going too slow then speed up. I find I work the most efficient from midday to around 6-7 o'clock and that's the time period where I work the fastest and retain the most information. EDIT: Make sure to prioritise what are the best things to revise, at what time in the day, by what is most important, best of luck with your exams.
 
 
 
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