Look through sample exam papers or online practice tests for your course, so that you know where you are going. You might have been given some examples, or you might find them in the library or on the website for your university or college.Make sure that you are clear about the division of marks between coursework and exams. This may vary from course to course. Although you will want to shine in every exam, you might feel less pressured if you discover that the exam for a particular course only counts for 30% of the mark; if it counts for 100% of the mark for one course, your focus will be far greater on that portion of revision.Divide your material into eight sections, taking into account how much material you need to cover for each of your courses, and how much credit attaches to each. You might bring two small courses together in one section of material, or divide a particularly challenging or important course into two or more sections of material.
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