In the 2 week run up to mocks I did 5-7hrs a day
After that I did 3hrs a day for quite a bit, slipping up sometimes and only doing 1 hr.
Then I had some relaxation for a few weeks, after which I went back into routine and did 4-5hrs a day.
I don't know really. I started off doing a lot but then did less and less as I realised I knew all the material and just got really bored.
EDIT: Predicted full A*s apart from English (My school has a rule of never predicting A* for English because it is so subjective - which I agree with).
Although I am only doing 10 GCSEs as I did 4 early.
I did probably an hour a day. I watched every Euro 2012 match and relaxed for most of the time on my PS3. Once study leave began I was pretty much in holiday-mode already. Issues were solved by my consistent work ethic over the past 2 years of school and my sedulous mock revision. Then I realised I knew most of the content already so excessive revision seemed futile. You see, I wanted to avoid burnout and stress at all costs. Predicted all As/A*s.
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English I spent like a few hours on because I hated it so much and honestly couldn't sit there for long reading about god damn Lennie and his rabbits. Although it's my worst subject, so looking back I should of spent so much longer.
Maths barely anything, thought I was completely fine with it all, then I'm sititng the exam like
Sciences, I did SO MUCH. Like seriously. The day before each, I sat down on my table at 9am to start revision and barely moved up until like 10pm, unless I had to make coffee or something. So that was like 13 hours revision haha. Plus the added revision of previous days.
Humanities I revised nothing for, Graphics I had done a fair bit but none of it really helped me and Additional Maths I had to spend a lot of time on as I honestly didn't understand a thing.
honestly i didn't do that much, i made sure i understood the work we covered during lessons and did 3 hours of recap the day before the exam, i also did some past papers. The most revision i did was for my human physiology exam it was a 2 hour paper and i did no revision at all for it except for the night before where i did 5 hours. I really should have done more revision and spread it out more.
I generally did mine a few days running up to the exam, for a few hours. Tend to go into a computer room with a friend and go through every past papers quickly and learn the mark schemes, no need for all this 10 hour a day for 2 months stuff
I didn't so much specific topic revision but I did lots of past papers which were actually a much more productive use of my time, especially for science as many of the questions that came up in the exams I had seen, in one form or another, before.