Student or Learner
Will the reader think there were too much content or too much syllabus?
Which sentence is correct?
We couldn’t memorize all the content in the syllabus, because there were too much.
We couldn’t memorize all the content in the syllabuses, because there were too much.
We couldn’t memorize all the content in the curriculum, because there were too much.
We couldn’t memorizeall the content in the curriculums, because there were too much.
Content is uncourtable in here (i think)
curriculum: my definition of this word is: the schematic representation of the order, intensity, and content of courses for a particular educational or academic purpose.
Your point doesn't have much to do with curriculum. You could try something like the following sentence:
The contents/ materials (outlined ) in the syllabus are/ appear to be so comprehensive/ detailed/ time-consuming that we can't memorize all of them.
You are trying to evade studying, aren't you?