Gobbet Exam tomorrow and I don't know anything!

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Mershed
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Due to suffering from quite bad anxiety, I've not been going to my seminars for my Crusades module as the way my tutor conducts them makes me very uncomfortable. This is my first exam in my final year and I'm planning to fit in as much revision as I can before the test but I feel so lost with it all as all I've been going off is Lectures and vague online material posted on the uni learning rooms.

Luckily it is a gobbet test and so it's mostly source analysis, from what I gather the sources I will be analyzing are on "Women and the Crusades", The Fourth Crusades, and Popular Crusades (such as the Childrens Crusade).

If anyone has any advice on how the best way to go about my revision would be that would be greatly appreciated!
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(Original post by Mershed)
Due to suffering from quite bad anxiety, I've not been going to my seminars for my Crusades module as the way my tutor conducts them makes me very uncomfortable. This is my first exam in my final year and I'm planning to fit in as much revision as I can before the test but I feel so lost with it all as all I've been going off is Lectures and vague online material posted on the uni learning rooms.

Luckily it is a gobbet test and so it's mostly source analysis, from what I gather the sources I will be analyzing are on "Women and the Crusades", The Fourth Crusades, and Popular Crusades (such as the Childrens Crusade).

If anyone has any advice on how the best way to go about my revision would be that would be greatly appreciated!
Just make some mini revision notes, so you know how the events work and then get some sleep. It's important you are awake and alert so you can focus on the sources and keep asking yourself the relevant questions about them. If you are sleepy then you could miss vital points that would cost you more than whatever you gain from a bit of revision.


Panic after the exam, theres no time to do it during.
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Just make some mini revision notes, so you know how the events work and then get some sleep. It's important you are awake and alert so you can focus on the sources and keep asking yourself the relevant questions about them. If you are sleepy then you could miss vital points that would cost you more than whatever you gain from a bit of revision.


Panic after the exam, theres no time to do it during.
Thanks for the advice!
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