That's a lot of content to get through. I think the first thing to do is figure out what you actually need to revise vs what you already know. Past papers can be good for figuring this one out.
I personally used a 'traffic light' system for structuring how I wanted to approach revision. I went through everything and coloured-coded topics using green, yellow, and red stickers (post-its or pens work just as well). Green meant I was confident in answering questions on that topic, yellow meant that I had a reasonable understanding of it but wasn't confident, and red meant that I was completely incompetent. I used this system to ensure that I was putting my time and energy into the right areas.