How to revise for online, open book uni exams

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Hi all,
I am a chemistry student in my first year, and I have end-of-year exams coming up in May. All of my exams will be open book and sat online. They are fairly long exams, and aren't really based on memorising stuff (because they are open book), and are more based on understanding and application. Does anyone have any advice about HOW to revise for these types of exams? I have make a schedule of what I am going to revise and when, but I'm not sure how to actually revise for them. Any advice would be much appreciated xx
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I do law but I suppose it’s similar.

Make sure all your files are complete and you have done the reading etc each week and downloaded anything extra they say you should look at.
Then ensure you understand if all (mostly)
Then I practice questions. In sone of my subjects I get sat choice of 4 from 12 questions so I can focus revision there on favourite topics. Else revise it all so you know your best and worse bits.
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