how to study 10 lesson in 2 days?

May 24, 2008 1:26am CST
I have an important examination on politic subject next 2 days and I have to learn 10 lesson . How to study them in 2 days ? anyone here suggest me a solution?
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@ratyz5 (7829)
• Philippines
24 May 08
Well, this isn't a sure fire way but, if those lessons you mentioned are all about politics, maybe you can link those lessons altogether, if they can be linked at all, so that you'll have a proper way of understanding how each lesson is related to one another. If those lessons are contrasting each other, then you can do comparison and contrasts with them.. None the less, its a matter of determination since for you to establish connections or grant each lesson a comparison and contrast perspective, you have to really study each lesson to determine which can be used. Hmmm, I seem to have given no help at all... sorry about that. Best of luck!
• Philippines
24 May 08
well in that case my own opinion is,dont study it or memorize it.. juz go on reading it a couple times,then try to familiarize the lessons.,ask yourself about it... and answer it with your own idea.. ^^
@hcpoirot (1562)
• Indonesia
24 May 08
If you thought you cannot divided time to learn all 10 in 2 days, you need to: 1. Choose the most important lessons that you could not fail in the exams. Like you will get booted out if you get a low score. 2. Choose the subject you are not familiar at all. Like you had zero understanding at all about the lesson, you should pick this subject to learn first. and lest the lesson you now more later. 3. Or you can learn the subject you know best to gain a high scores and leave the less know subject to get low scores. PS: Next time just try to had a better study schedule. If you know there will be important exams, you had to strated the study at least 2 weeks before the exams. You just had to force yourslef to do this and do not said you can do this tomorrow or the exams are still so far away.
@lieanat (1140)
• Malaysia
24 May 08
hi, just do your best to revision all of it. I usually will spot on the possible lessons that will come out in the exam based on tips and my observation about that lecturer!