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    Around about 0, more or less. I need to get out of the cycle of going to bed at stupid o'clock.
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    Just keep going till you understand the ****


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    I can't even revise for exams till my coursework is over, I'm starting a bit tmo for like an hour or two and working my way up

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    0 but if there's an exam I would study 2-3 hours a day with breaks..... 3 days before exam


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    (Original post by noshahmad)
    I can't even revise for exams till my coursework is over, I'm starting a bit tmo for like an hour or two and working my way up

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    Im in the same situation.


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    (Original post by Bloxorus)
    6 hours a day for me. I have 10 exams.
    ****ing hell. 6 hours. When are the exams?
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    (Original post by SophiaKeuning)
    ****ing hell. 6 hours. When are the exams?
    Haha, my first is on 19th May and the last is 23rd June.

    It was last year I posted that so I'm thinking about stepping up to around 8-9 hours this year since I have a place at UCL waiting for me...
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    (Original post by Bloxorus)
    6 hours a day for me. I have 10 exams.
    I have 20
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    (Original post by Nissie1)
    I have 20
    Is that GCSE or A level?

    Its not uncommon to have that many GCSE exams. But if thats at A level, I feel very, very sorry for you...
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    (Original post by Bloxorus)
    Haha, my first is on 19th May and the last is 23rd June.

    It was last year I posted that so I'm thinking about stepping up to around 8-9 hours this year since I have a place at UCL waiting for me...
    That is actually impossible, stick to the 6 hours and good luck!
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    I have 10 exams coming up and I barely do 2 hours a day (procrastinate for half and hour) and there are people doing 6.
    I really need to start more.
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    (Original post by ETRC)
    I have 10 exams coming up and I barely do 2 hours a day (procrastinate for half and hour) and there are people doing 6.
    I really need to start more.
    Got ten as well Repeating 4 and 6 new exams

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    (Original post by Bloxorus)
    Haha, my first is on 19th May and the last is 23rd June.

    It was last year I posted that so I'm thinking about stepping up to around 8-9 hours this year since I have a place at UCL waiting for me...
    Is that per day? How do you manage to fit all that in, currently I'm doing about 20 hours a week but ill step it up to 30 after Easter


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    Do you guys find doing it by hour is better than doing it by task? I just try getting a number of topics done per day


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    (Original post by ImAz)
    Do you guys find doing it by hour is better than doing it by task? I just try getting a number of topics done per day


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    I don't like doing it by hour because I may finish in the middle of a topic and that annoys me. I rather finish and learn the topic first.


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    Right now I probably won't start serious revising until after I have finished my English coursework and done my Art exam so at the moment I'm doing no hours revision
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    (Original post by Scott199)
    Is that per day? How do you manage to fit all that in, currently I'm doing about 20 hours a week but ill step it up to 30 after Easter


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    Yeah per day but I'm not doing that at the moment with school. That's how much I plan to do over Easter/study leave.
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    6-7 hours...sometimes even more
    i've got 14 a-level exams coming up in less than two months
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    Where do you find the time/motivation to do so much...
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    (Original post by Bloxorus)
    Is that GCSE or A level?

    Its not uncommon to have that many GCSE exams. But if thats at A level, I feel very, very sorry for you...
    GCSE and I know but it's still way too much
 
 
 
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