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I think I'm gonna do about seven months of revision for my third year second semester exams. It's weird but I'm starting to think that you revise so much more material than you get examined on. I have sections A & B in my exam where I choose three out of four questions for section A and two out of three for section B. But I've planned to do all the questions for revision in case a question that I haven't prepared for pops up. Anyone else think there's far more material they revise than what comes up in the exam? I think this way, we view the exam as easier than the reivision process.
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