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5 Comments
caoimhmolloy
If you look in exam papers under each section that you are doing in your course, you will get an idea of the type of questions that are asked. it's usually repitition and the same type of questions are asked just in a slightly different way. I would say instead of learning off full essays, have a basic understanding of each chapter; dates, names, etc. Learning off essays may be a waste of time if you don't get that specific question on the paper. See which essay headings appear the most and learn off the relevant information, that way it will fit into any essay title and you will get a better overall understanding off the chapter!!
caoimhmolloy
If you look in exam papers under each section that you are doing in your course, you will get an idea of the type of questions that are asked. it's usually repitition and the same type of questions are asked just in a slightly different way. I would say instead of learning off full essays, have a basic understanding of each chapter; dates, names, etc. Learning off essays may be a waste of time if you don't get that specific question on the paper. See which essay headings appear the most and learn off the relevant information, that way it will fit into any essay title and you will get a better overall understanding off the chapter!!
ChristineLowry2000
Learn all the essays you have done in class
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Do you make essay plans in exams or do you have already know how you are going to answer repeated question that usally come up
Amyodonoghue16
Learn essays on the nine case studies as a minimum. Learn essays rather than general information so you have to do less thinking in the exam.
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