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    Hey i was just wondering if anyone else is revising by writing out about 15-20 essays and then just learning them for the exam? I dont know what else to do i find this class so hard!!
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    Hey i was just wondering if anyone else is revising by writing out about 15-20 essays and then just learning them for the exam? I dont know what else to do i find this class so hard!!
    I write out essay plans in a mind map form and try to split all of the sections up. For social issues and essays on inequalities I've got separate sections for health inequalities, the unemployed/the young, the elderly, child poverty, ethnic minorities, gender and education. I then make flash cards and practice writing essays.

    It becomes a lot more manageable if you split sections up and it can allow you to form links between things as well.

    The essays are usually quite broad in what you can cover which takes some pressure off. However, it is pretty difficult because there is so much to learn.
 
 
 
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