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I'm only in college for 5hours each week so i have a lot of free time. Also, I'm sitting biology AS & A2 as a private candidate so I want to make sure I study the content and then have a lot of time left for exam practise.

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Dedication right there. :congrats:
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Depends on how I feel and what I study at 6th form during that week. (Some topics I need to go through at home a lot, some I understand pretty much fully during lesson)

Sometimes its around 2 hours of self studying during the week, other times its 20 hours+
Obviously after xmas the hours I spend are going to shoot up.

Doing A2 Chem, Bio and Maths.
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Subjects i'm doing at A2 at the moment

Maths
Further Maths
Economics
German

Currently work from 9:10AM - 3:30PM; 4:30PM - 7PM, 8:00 - 11 PM

so about the whole day pretty much... Wooo...
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(Original post by tazza ma razza)
Subjects i'm doing at A2 at the moment

Maths
Further Maths
Economics
German

Currently work from 9:10AM - 3:30PM; 4:30PM - 7PM, 8:00 - 11 PM

so about the whole day pretty much... Wooo...
Do you not go to school? Studying 10 hrs a day for a levels... mfw
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Doing A2 Further Maths, Physics and Law. Don't really do any work outside of school apart from homework... 😳surprised me how many people on here do ngl
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Do you not go to school? Studying 10 hrs a day for a levels... mfw
Yh, 9:10 - 3:30 was school (i work during break and lunch and frees etc)
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Ok since posting this thread I've sort of, hit a wall so to speak. I feel I've been doing so much that I started getting anxiety, so I've decided to take couple days off. Has anyone else ever felt this way? I actually forgot what it was like to not study for a day or two. Feeling a bit better today.
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Ok since posting this thread I've sort of, hit a wall so to speak. I feel I've been doing so much that I started getting anxiety, so I've decided to take couple days off. Has anyone else ever felt this way? I actually forgot what it was like to not study for a day or two. Feeling a bit better today.
Yeah, I've had that many times. I'd go into several days of watching marathons of TV shows last year because I was too tired to do anything else. What I have realised now is that it's best to not force yourself to work if you don't feel up to it - your health is more important and stressing yourself won't help achieve good grades in the end. So just relax

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