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What subject? It's hard to say without knowing. Generally speaking, engage your working memory, I guess. Also, when you say time, do you mean time of day or length of revision session?
Past papers are also a good way to test your knowledge and to figure out which area you need to improve on. If you had recorded lectures you can then re-watch the modules which you need to improve your learning of. If you didn't have recorded lectures you can still go through the PowerPoint presentations and go through your notes. You can also have revision sessions with friends on your course (online or in person) and you can test each other or they can help you understand a concept you were having trouble with.
You could also make yourself a study plan, where you decide in advance what topic to revise each day, or give yourself a certain amount of hours to complete in a day, for example you may choose to revise four hours a day, but the way this is spread out throughout the entire day is up to you. You could ask friends or family to keep you on track, by asking them to remind you to revise at a certain time or they could help you revise (such as, they ask you for definitions, or if you have flashcards with questions and answers on them they can ask the questions and you can answer).
I hope you find this helpful, and best of luck revising for your exams.