Each module’s learning outcomes and syllabus – and most importantly how your tutors interpret these – should guide your revision. You should listen carefully to your tutors, as they focus on key points and topics. Do not revise everything.
Tip - Use past exam papers (on my.caledonian) as a guide to what to expect in the exam and help you organise your revision. They not only give you an idea of the range of topics covered in the exam; they also allow you to become familiar with how questions are laid out and worded.
Tip - When revising always note important theories, writers, ideas & arguments. Examiners like to see evidence of wider reading so reference to writers/theories will boost your marks. Let this influence your revision.