It's exam season again! Information Overload can happen very quickly when studying for the NCA Exams. Many of the courses are quite dense and assign secondary source reading on top of the textbook and cases. How do you properly divide time your time and attention when self-studying such complex courses? Do you sometimes fear failing or not knowing enough which prompts you to over-study and induce information overload?
I’ve outlined my top-tips for managing your materials and mentality when studying to avoid this phenomenon.