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How many hours of revision a day do you plan to do in Easter?

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    Also what qualification are you doing? E.g. GCSE, A level etc
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    A Level, 24 hours.
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    A-Level - planning to do 8 hours a day (with regular breaks).

    Reality: Nowhere near that.
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    Just about to plan it out..... Made a revision timetable and have so far scribbled in all the times i can't do... It's not looking good! :/
    -A level
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    6 hours.
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    AS Level, no less than 3 hours for my subjects: Psychology, Philosophy, Ethics, IT.
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    (Original post by Id and Ego seek)
    AS Level, no less than 3 hours for my subjects: Psychology, Philosophy, Ethics, IT.
    For each subject?
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    a whole day from 6am to 10 pm
    with two breaks of an hour :lunch and dinner
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    7 hours, doing a2
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    (Original post by louci)
    a whole day from 6am to 10 pm
    with two breaks of an hour :lunch and dinner
    You're going to be able to concentrate for six hours straight between 6am and lunch?

    Hint: that was rhetorical.

    [Answer: no]
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    (Original post by louci)
    a whole day from 6am to 10 pm
    with two breaks of an hour :lunch and dinner
    please say your joking? if not, you've made me feel really bad
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    (Original post by ummm)
    A-Level - planning to do 8 hours a day (with regular breaks).

    Reality: Nowhere near that.
    Aha so true :/
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    A level 12 hours a day :cool:
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    (Original post by arbaaz)
    please say your joking? if not, you've made me feel really bad
    i am really sorry
    i just started year 12 so i just am really into it u know !!!!!
    i just wanna get everything in my head and start practicing papers

    anyway wat year are u in??
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    (Original post by ummm)
    For each subject?
    Haha, no, for all of them :3
    Monday's schedule would look like, Greek Philosophy: Aristotle and Plato, Stress to Stress' influence on the immune system, All of conformity, Moral Absolutism and Relativism, Quality of information.

    I usually go in chronological order, make notes, then revise those the next day and continue on with the specimen. I think if I can successfully keep to such a pace, I can finish all of my subject's information and do some past papers.
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    erm maybe 1 or 2 a day because I haven't learnt all the content yet and I only learn new things in revision by past papers so I will kinda fail at this plan :L
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    A level 11 hours a day
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    (Original post by 117r)
    You're going to be able to concentrate for six hours straight between 6am and lunch?

    Hint: that was rhetorical.

    [Answer: no]
    i am doing each subjected for two hours
    so i don't get distracted
    i will tell you if it works though !!
    i know wat ur thinking but i need to try
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    When I'm not at work about 6 hours a day :'(
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    3 hours a day starting Monday, 2nd year university student.

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