How to revise set text in 4 months?

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Arisapo
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Hi,

I’m currently studying Latin A Level and have been rather lazy with my set text and have failed to learn it as I go.

I know I’ve given myself a big mountain to climb but what’s the best way to memorise the two texts in this time?

I’m studying Cicero and Virgil.
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(Original post by Arisapo)
Hi,

I’m currently studying Latin A Level and have been rather lazy with my set text and have failed to learn it as I go.

I know I’ve given myself a big mountain to climb but what’s the best way to memorise the two texts in this time?

I’m studying Cicero and Virgil.
You can't memorise everything, but make notes on the key points and events and themes. You might also want to prepare essay plans for possible questions they may ask you, in which you would list your bullet points and important quotes, other themes and your opinions of the text.
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