These notes are designed to help you prepare for the final exam. Remember that the exam is worth 75% of your overall grade.
“Revision” is, in fact, a misleading term. Rarely will your old notes be sufficient to get you through the exam. Instead you should regard the “revision” period as the time when you begin to really understand the work you have done this year, to make connections and to deepen your understanding of the historiographical debates surrounding each topic. I would recommend that you spend at least ten days solidly preparing for this exam (which means beginning your revision long before that since you presumably have other exams to sit as well.)