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    Aight imma keep this simple I need ya'll to help me out with this unfortunate situation I got myself in. Basically I had a deadline and it's the end of today I need a way to memorise a sh*tload of info in short time said info is from a law booklet which I need to memorise for the unit 1 exam. Aight, hopefully ya'll can help.
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    Close TSR and get reading. Take notes of the important bits as you go. Read condensed notes. Return to TSR to gloat. Profit?
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    Close TSR and get reading. Take notes of the important bits as you go. Read condensed notes. Return to TSR to gloat. Profit?
    My G I got it thanks for the helpful response take a rep.
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    Close TSR and get reading. Take notes of the important bits as you go. Read condensed notes. Return to TSR to gloat. Profit?
    Ok this is pathetic but how do I take condensed notes of a book that has everything I gotta memorise.
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    I would turn you definitions into flash cards, whether they are quesntions like "Define a double blind trial" or converting key facts into memerable pictures. It really does it depend on how you learn, with either case i would put the question/ picture on one side and the answer on the other. Best of luck with your exam, Tom @ THS.
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    (Original post by THS2018)
    I would turn you definitions into flash cards, whether they are quesntions like "Define a double blind trial" or converting key facts into memerable pictures. It really does it depend on how you learn, with either case i would put the question/ picture on one side and the answer on the other. Best of luck with your exam, Tom @ THS.
    That advice is very constructive thanks tom appreciate the help. Take a rep.
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    It's too late for revision to save you. Only Chaos Magic can save you now. All you need to do is write down 'I will get full marks on the exam', cross out any repeated letters, arrange the repeated letters into a sigil which you will mentally associate with you passing your exam and then masturbate furiously while beating yourself so as to work yourself into an exhibitive gnosis state. At the point of orgasm, look at the sigil and focus your thoughts on it, then promptly forget the sigil to cast the spell. Congratulations, you are now a Chaos Magician/W*nk Wizard.
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    I’m in literally the same situation right now, I’ve just taken a break from frantic mind mapping to see did anyone has replied on this
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    (Original post by Chad_DeLad)
    It's too late for revision to save you. Only Chaos Magic can save you now. All you need to do is write down 'I will get full marks on the exam', cross out any repeated letters, arrange the repeated letters into a sigil which you will mentally associate with you passing your exam and then masturbate furiously while beating yourself so as to work yourself into an exhibitive gnosis state. At the point of orgasm, look at the sigil and focus your thoughts on it, then promptly forget the sigil to cast the spell. Congratulations, you are now a Chaos Magician/W*nk Wizard.
    Dude that is some mad paragraph. I would do it but you lost me at the masturbation part blood I can do but that sh*t nah mah boi. Thanks for the comedic relief though. Take a rep.
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    just pretend the law booklet is a pop song & you are learning the words !

    ygm my g ?

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    (Original post by the bear)
    just pretend the law booklet is a pop song & you are learning the words !

    ygm my g ?

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    Damn straight I got you mah boi. Imma become the next damn mozart.
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    (Original post by AspiringAccount)
    Damn straight I got you mah boi. Imma become the next damn mozart.
    aiggght da Wolfmang be spitting some mad bars innit

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    aiggght da Wolfmang be spitting some mad bars innit

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    Nah pham mans bars as poetic. They make babies tears taste like poetry.
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    Nah pham mans bars as poetic. They make babies tears taste like poetry.
    fo shizzle

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    Get the book tattooed on yourself but backwards so the invigilator won't have a clue what it's saying
 
 
 
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