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I need help...basically I have an exam on Tuesday and got told today, giving me 4 days to revise the FULL Germany topics. Is it possible?
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With enough commitment, yes, it will be possible. Try and complete as many past paper questions as you can and find out which topics you need to look over more. Sketch a few rough mind maps if you need to, but PPQs will help you a lot. I’m presuming this is a mock by the sounds of things though, so there’s no need to worry too much. Do what you can, look over the topics you feel need addressing but don’t stress about not having enough time to make a whole pack of flashcards, rewrite notes etc. Just use the exam to look at where you’re at in the course and what you need to focus more on; you still have 2-3 months to get the rest of your revision in. Hope this helps!
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aww thanks so much I feel better now x
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Check to see if seneca have your topic with the right exam board, it’s quite useful for short term memory so could help you for your exam on Tuesday - best thing to do is to use seneca as a cool down after intense revision sessions it’s good for consolidating facts
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Check to see if seneca have your topic with the right exam board, it’s quite useful for short term memory so could help you for your exam on Tuesday - best thing to do is to use seneca as a cool down after intense revision sessions it’s good for consolidating facts
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I need help...basically I have an exam on Tuesday and got told today, giving me 4 days to revise the FULL Gbermany topics. Is it possible?
Yeah, I would say it is. Just focus on key points, try and remember specifics like dates and agreements and make sure you have a clear sense of the timeline. But don't stress too much. It's just a test.
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Yeah, I would say it is. Just focus on key points, try and remember specifics like dates and agreements and make sure you have a clear sense of the timeline. But don't stress too much. It's just a test.
Thanks for your support x
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