infomation overload can any one help!!!!!

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The course I have enrolled in is project managing and there is a considerable amount of information to take in! I’m not sure how much I’m supposed to know before moving on to the next stage? Because the tests ask questions on a small amount of information and feel I should know it all not just the answers to the questions?
I’m worried iv enrolled in a course which I’m sure I will complete but will not know how to do the role as project manager if I get a job afterwards? Its ok reading and writing about but it but I think a bit if hands on may be needed??????
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Darren Blann

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Hi Darren,
It looks like you're a bit anxious about your course. New subjects can seem overwhelming when you first start to delve into them. Your course is what you make of it, so the more effort and research you put in, the more you will get out of the learning experience. Make use of other reading materials, such as books and articles, and be sure to seek help from your fellow students. And of course, our tutorial department is always here to help you should you want it. You can reach us directly at 01288 356300 any time between 9am and 5pm, Mon-Fri.
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Yes I am probably a bit anxious! But as I'm progressing its starting to stick with me, thanks for the advise.
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No problem, Darren. We want our students to succeed, so please don't hesitate to contact us at any time for assistance, or even just a pep talk.