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Without a doubt, cramming for the test.
This is not a complete sentence. The phrase "cramming for the test" is either a gerund or praticipial phrase, but there's no subject or verb here.
When you decide how you'll make this into a complete sentence, please repost and someone here will give you feedback.
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