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    (Original post by Jatz07)
    I'm planning to do 13 hrs each day
    There's no need to get gassed mate. Ironically it will probably be detrimental to your well being.
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    Don't understand how you guys can do that much revision in the easter. 3 hours every other day should be fine for an A in 7 exams, overworking is pointless imo, just cram before and you'll be fine.
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    Feel bad for the AS people...
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    (Original post by Mukhabarat)
    Lol, fair enough. Which languages?
    French, German, and Spanish.

    Although Spanish isn't an official language, or even recognised, it's so similar to French and Italian and it's a major immigrant language.

    Which A-levels are you taking?
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    (Original post by taintedCH)
    French, German, and Spanish.

    Although Spanish isn't an official language, or even recognised, it's so similar to French and Italian and it's a major immigrant language.

    Which A-levels are you taking?
    What do you mean Spanish is not an official language?


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    (Original post by Devina-S)
    What do you mean Spanish is not an official language?


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    I think he meant it's not an official language of Switzerland.
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    It depends but usually 2 to 3 hours a day.
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    Im doing 4-6 hours a day, but really shouldn't be timing yourself by hours but instead by how much of a topic you have completed in a day

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    (Original post by taintedCH)
    French, German, and Spanish.

    Although Spanish isn't an official language, or even recognised, it's so similar to French and Italian and it's a major immigrant language.

    Which A-levels are you taking?
    Cool. I am at university, I just happened to randomly click on this thread at the time. :lol:
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    Got three exams in June and 2 AS retakes in May. Haven't started yet because I'm finishing off my English cw and other homework so I should be able to start tomorrow or Friday. Not sure how many hours I'll do as I don't really time myself, I just aim to do one topic in a day or two as it takes up a lot of time and I was already set essays for English as my homework which I suppose is revision.
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    I do 6hrs a day but i make sure i take breaks as thats more effective to take in more information!!.. i'm doing 11 exams!
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    So when did everyone start revising? I started this week.
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    AS Physics / chemistry / biology / french / general studies. Covered Unit 1 stuff for physics/chemistry and everything for biology and french. Started going through past papers this week.
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    I have 4 exams in June, 2 of which aren't part of my offers and the other I need a D in....but I need an A* in chemistry.

    I will be starting properly soon doing 4-5 hours a day
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    I have 4 exams -
    3 Geography (1 AS retake, 2 A2)
    1 English (A2)

    I don't revise by hours, I do it by targets. For example, until I feel confident on a topic/chapter etc.
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    (Original post by LaughingGas)
    So when did everyone start revising? I started this week.
    Same, started monday
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    (Original post by Jade10128)
    Same, started monday
    AS or A2 and you have done no revision before?
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    (Original post by sammyvine)
    AS or A2 and you have done no revision before?
    A2. I started intense revision on Monday. Before that it was just looking through notes and familiarizing myself with the spec for each subject/exam
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    I haven't really started yet...i'll probably start tomorrow.
    Not trying to be argumentative, but I really don't see how you can do more than a couple of hours a day, even for 4 subjects...don't you run out of things to do?
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    (Original post by zz_)
    you are gambling your future my boy. would you like me to construct a revision timetable for you?
    You can do one for me?? I'm so useless




    EDIT; I'm not serious..... much.
 
 
 
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