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how many hours a day over easter do you guys revise?

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    (Original post by Doctor.)
    CHEM1/2 was it?

    Hello again :sexface:
    Biol 1, 4, and 5.
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    24, YOLO dawg.
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    (Original post by TheGrandmaster)
    24, YOLO dawg.
    Yes, of course you do.
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    (Original post by tammie94)
    Yes, of course you do.
    Tbh on tsr that is believable.
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    Few hours revision, many hours procrastinating (like now )
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    I didn't do any over Easter when it was my A levels year, go outside and frolic guys.
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    (Original post by GMD)
    yes :P


    Thankyou, likewise.
    lol really? cool makes sense. and btw i dont do media sudies rofl i do chemistry biology and psychology
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    (Original post by cuckoo99)
    lol really? cool makes sense. and btw i dont do media sudies rofl i do chemistry biology and psychology
    And what kind of grades are you getting in mocks and class tests? I do those subjects as well with physics.
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    (Original post by SillyRodent)
    I didn't do any over Easter when it was my A levels year, go outside and frolic guys.
    If you don't mind me asking, what results did you get? I need some reassurance that it's not too late for me, lol =P
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    (Original post by GMD)
    aah ok. People on this site really seem to hate eton, most of my mates wonder why I still read posts here lol.

    Nice, I do Maths, Further Maths, Chemistry, Biology, Physics, and Computing (AS). Really wish I hadn't taken biology, it's really not for me
    :eek: Seriously you do 6 subjects! How do you manage? I can't even handle 4.
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    (Original post by tammie94)
    And what kind of grades are you getting in mocks and class tests? I do those subjects as well with physics.
    B's/C's is class tests though im not really revising enough atm as i said in my first post ;p once i begin revision im hoping to achieve either BBB or ABB what exam board are you on? im on AQA
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    (Original post by KiwiBerry)
    If you don't mind me asking, what results did you get? I need some reassurance that it's not too late for me, lol =P
    AAB, so I get in to my first choice studying English Literature at Leeds. The disclaimer I'm going to have to give is that I took Lit, Lang and History so perhaps revision for those subjects isn't as time consuming as the Sciences.
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    (Original post by GMD)
    aah ok. People on this site really seem to hate eton, most of my mates wonder why I still read posts here lol.

    Nice, I do Maths, Further Maths, Chemistry, Biology, Physics, and Computing (AS). Really wish I hadn't taken biology, it's really not for me
    what exam board ? biology can be tricky with the language you need to use.
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    (Original post by cuckoo99)
    B's/C's is class tests though im not really revising enough atm as i said in my first post ;p once i begin revision im hoping to achieve either BBB or ABB what exam board are you on? im on AQA
    I'm on OCR and wow those are some pretty good grades considering the fact that you don't revise. Good luck on achieving those grades. How are you finding psychology? I don't think it requires much revision but it's one of those subjects that takes you by surprise in exams.
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    (Original post by GMD)
    We have really good teachers, so we finish all subject syllabus' by around January/February. Then we just do revision/past papers in lessons, and easter is like our final read through. After easter it's just mocks, then the weeks before the exams we start A2.

    To answer your question, If you think carefully about the time you spend doing your 4 subjects, i'm sure you've spent a bit of time procrastinating, doodling, daydreaming. Everyone does. But it all adds up in the end. Anyways, when one learns to iron out that time, their productivity increases exponentially. Stuff that would take normally 3 hours then takes only 1 hour, and suddenly you have 2 ours to sneak out of dorms and go drinking, hoping the pop won't catch you.



    AQA. Especially nonsensical, the mark schemes are so ridiculously specific, one can't help but wonder what the point in the text book actually is.
    im on AQA aswell indeed the mark schemes are terribly specific
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    None at all.


    I can never revise anything this far in advance and expect to remember by exam day.


    Plus I've finished the courses so all my class time is revision anyway.


    I'll start revising about a week before my first exam and probably get AAAB.


    But for that week I'll be revising like crazy.
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    I'm gonna try and recreate the school day at home
    E.g. Bio from 10-11 etc..
    Lets hope it works

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