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In my experience it is possible for students to improve in the time-frame and with the time-commitment you are talking about, but it depends on where they start from and how they prepare. You could also put in a lot more time than that and end up spinning your wheels and never getting anywhere if you don't take the right approach.
The first step is figuring out how to approach the games better, then once you are on a good path it becomes all about exposure to lots of games and just building a knowledge base and muscle memory that will allow you to adapt to any curveballs and efficiently tackle the games you get on the day of the exam. You can't really skip either step.
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