How to cram an entire unit of a subject into one night?

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This does sound ridiculous and I'm not looking to cram in advance for any upcoming exams. However, may I still ask: have you ever done this? If so, how?
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Not over a night but I did it during the day. I kept on going through my textbook several times relatively fast.
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Who needs GCSEs when you have Mahrez?
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I've done it a few times and it's turned out surprisingly well :lol: leaving it so late means you revise as hard as you can because there's literally no time left

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Not over a night but I did it during the day. I kept on going through my textbook several times relatively fast.
Were you able to recall anything thereafter?
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Were you able to recall anything thereafter?
Well the test was on that day, I can recall a lot of it now because I've revised it a lot of times by reading it.
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That's how I got through my mocks
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Omfg basically me before history GCSE last year. I worked non stop for a day and managed to revise (ish) two units (minus the time spent crying thinking I was going to fail) - basically just make notes (important parts - don't copy everything out) and then every so often rewrite what u wrote without the unit to look at
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I did it for my AS religious studies units. I had decided to study AS religious studies alongside my A2 subjects but then I got ill so I ended up missing a lot of lessons/withdrawing completely from lessons in the end and my AS subject obviously wasn't a priority (I had an AAA offer to meet). Anyway, I still didn't want to completely fail my religion exams so I got my revision guide and learnt/revised the relevant points just by reading and telling it to sink into my brain. I ended up with 92% UMS on both units so it worked okay for me.
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This does sound ridiculous and I'm not looking to cram in advance for any upcoming exams. However, may I still ask: have you ever done this? If so, how?
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Yeah I did that for all my GCSE exams (excluding English and German). I prepared revision notes of stuff I didn't know (takes a few hours) then memorised them (1-3 more hours). Wouldn't recommend it unless you're sure your memory works that way. It worked pretty well for me (9A*2A).
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