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Question Revising UW Notes or Kaplan?

My exam is at 24 April. I did u world twice and made notes. Should I keep revising first with u world notes?
Other option is to revise weak areas from Kaplan and do questions?
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My exam is at 24 April. I did u world twice and made notes. Should I keep revising first with u world notes?
Other option is to revise weak areas from Kaplan and do questions?
Hi! Mine is on 23rd April - I've been wondering about the same thing for the past couple of days but have now concluded FA is the way to go! Totally consolidates information if Kaplan concepts built up. Enjoying how I can get through whole subjects faster than when reading Kaplan. Still, I'll be using Kaplan here and there to supplement or when I feel Kaplan covers something better.
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