Summaries of the first few pages are the second assignment answers of the first semester 2017; thereafter summaries of Ch 1- 5 of the textbook and some of the WP6. Good luck!!
PLEASE NOTE: I made mind maps of all the info which I feel is important - please don't give it a bad rating just because you don't prefer the format. I have put a lot of time into these summaries since it contains info of all 5 chapters.
Ps. I passed the exam with 83%
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