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160 lectures in 20 days

How can I study 160, two hour lectures in less than an month? Any AI summary tools that can help? No judgment please.
Original post by Anonymous
How can I study 160, two hour lectures in less than an month? Any AI summary tools that can help? No judgment please.


You can't. That's 320 hours straight of content. You'd need to be watching 16 hours straight of videos every single day just to see all the lectures, and you'd be oversaturated with information and most of it probably wouldn't stick. Your best bet is to ask someone in your course for their notes and revise off of those, but you will not be able to cover all the content. Make your peace with that.
(edited 2 months ago)
Ask for an extension, or deferral.
Check what options are available on your module and course.

The reality is AI tools to handle that volume of content will be very very very expensive
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What if I just read the PowerPoints
Original post by Anonymous
How can I study 160, two hour lectures in less than an month? Any AI summary tools that can help? No judgment please.

Hi Anon,

If this is for exams, I think it would be impossible to cover all of that content to a level where you could recall it. In my opinion, your best bet would be to look at any past papers and look for commonly occurring topics/themes/questions, and focus your revision around these (e.g. if one of the questions is always on X then it's definitely worth covering, however if Y only showed up in one of the past papers it's probably lower priority).

Rebecca (Lancaster Student Ambassador)

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