- May 10, 2014 at 11:10 pm #168268NomsaMember
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Im confused. I have gone through both the study text , lecturers notes and have tried the Revision questions. Which one should I use in order to understand and pass this module. Didnt pass the mock exam when I tested my self. Please help.May 11, 2014 at 1:43 am #168272AhmadMember
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What I do is
First I take lecture of from open tuition without opening the book and then secondly I open my study text and practice the questions
Make sure when you solve questions from study text (BPP) dont see the answer which is right below the que (Stupidity)May 11, 2014 at 12:39 pm #168334John MoffatKeymaster
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If you have been through our notes and lectures, then you should spend your time practicing questions from your Revision/Exam Kit.
If you have done them all, then do them all again (and again and again!!).
Practice them under time pressure – it you spend 30 minutes on a question then you will probably get it right. The huge problem in the exam is the time pressure – that is when you make silly mistakes and when you misread questions.
The more mistakes you make when you are practising using the Revision/Exam Kit, the better (because you will then be less likely to make the same mistakes in the real exam).
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