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Remember, while this approach may help you cover a large amount of material quickly, it's crucial to balance quantity with quality. Understanding key concepts thoroughly is more beneficial than rushing through without comprehension.

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ACTIVE RECALL

ACTIVE RECALL

Test yourself on the material using flashcards, self-quizzes, or explaining concepts aloud. Active recall enhances memory and understanding

Identify and review any areas where you struggle to recall information, and reinforce those specific points.

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UTILIZE SUMMARIZATION

UTILIZE SUMMARIZATION

After a quick read, create concise summaries or outlines for each chapter. This process helps reinforce your understanding and provides a quick reference for review. Focus on capturing the main ideas, key definitions, and important examples.

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SPEED READING AND SKIMMING

SPEED READING AND SKIMMING

Quickly read through each chapter to grasp the main ideas and key concepts. Utilize headings, subheadings, and summary sections to get a sense of the chapter's structure.

Prioritize understanding the main points rather than getting bogged down by every detail.

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PRIOTISE TOPICS

PRIOTISE TOPICS

Identify the chapters that are most crucial or challenging. Focus on topics that are likely to appear on exams or assessments.

- If possible, consult any provided syllabus, study guides, or past exams to understand the weightage of each chapter.

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Prioritise Topics: Identify the chapters that are most crucial or challenging. Focus on topics that are likely to appear on exams or assessments. - If possible, consult any provided syllabus, study guides, or past exams to understand the weightage of each chapter.

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