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    Hello all!

    I want some advice. Is it actually possible to read ALL the articles and chapters listed in one module, taking into account a total of 4 modules? I feel like they are giving out A LOT of reading but I don't know if it is actually possible to read them all and summarise them all.

    Even though I just started this week, my technique has been to sit in the library and binge read and summarise as much as possible, almost in a reading scan sort of way. Next week I have 3 articles and 4 chapter readings for just one module, so my question is, is it actually possible to read all of this? Does one just pick the most relevant and go with it?

    I'm personally not used to this system as in my Undergrad in my other country the professor would just give you a chapter and article, and you'll read that (and that was considered a lot of work to some).

    Any advice on reading would help. If y'all can give any advice on writing as well that would also help; we've been assigned our essays and I don't even know how to approach it because the subject isn't familiar to me. I did my Undergrad in Psychology and I'm doing a Masters in Marketing now so the topics aren't familiar to me, and the only conceptual definitions I am getting are from actual chapter reading and not the classes. I feel rather lost here.

    Thanks again
 
 
 
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