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    Exam season, 1 to 2 hours everyday. I can't get myself inspired to do more than 3, otherwise my brain is fried. I'm crap at sticking with breaks, I will have a break and then not really go back to revision. I have to do most of it if not all of it at once. I'm still able to take it in this way though.
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    Sleep isn't something my body grasps the concept of. :innocent: Last 4 'nights' I have gone to bed between 2-4am and woken up between 5-6:30am. I just say it allows for me to use as much of the 24 hours in one day as I can.
    Woah I'm the total opposite haha. I wish I could get by on little sleep but I would feel tired all the time! I should probably make more of the day tbh but I know I couldn't revise ALL day anyway
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    5:30am?? I never revise past 10pm really (or before 10am)



    Seriously?



    Same my politics folder is a mess
    Yes, but only recently, a few weeks ago I was revising 6-8 hours per day and a few months ago, less than five hours per day. All these hours of revision don't seem to help with economics though.
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    (Original post by katemate98)
    How many hours a day? How frequent/how many breaks? Every day? And do you follow a revision timetable?

    in all honesty its a bit late to be asking people now...

    but i literally just work as i please, if ive done 3 hours productively ill call it a rest, other nights ill come home from sixth form at 7 then do 9-4 ( im under the allusion im nocturnal) but really i think the level of productivity speaks higher than the hours you do, just have to find what works for you and bang it out
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    (Original post by katemate98)
    Woah I'm the total opposite haha. I wish I could get by on little sleep but I would feel tired all the time! I should probably make more of the day tbh but I know I couldn't revise ALL day anyway
    I wouldn't recommend it. :no: Long term think about all the wonderful effects it is having on me. :ahee: No wonder I turn into a bit of a mad man at times.
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    In all honesty not that much

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    Not enough. Barely revised throughout the year - I tried but sixth form always drained all the energy out of me. I'm now having to cram in all my revision. I revise at least 4 hours every day.

    Did the same for my GCSE exams. I will never learn
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    (Original post by katemate98)
    Does anyone else keep putting off a certain thing that they know they need to revise?
    For me, I can't be bothered revising for politics at all...
    PHYSICS! Oh how I hate Physics, it can get SO confusing...
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    I'm a mess

    I procrastinate/sleep/am busy all day and at nights I do 8-15 exam papers for maths and chemistry. Last weekend I went crazy one day and did 51 and some extra exercises. Since then I cba, I barely read my notes for 2 hours this week. But another weekend is coming so I hope the crazy dorky me will rise again.


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    I really need to get my **** together.
    You did 51 past papers in one day. ok.
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    You did 51 past papers in one day. ok.
    Takes me 10-15 mins to do a maths 3 hour paper. I don't reason thouroughly just do the exercise
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    I'm doing a2 exams and I do 3 hours of a subject every day. I can't do different subjects all day I get confused. Anyone else the same?

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