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    (Original post by sumi99)
    How do u do that omg when did u start revising
    I've slacked for two days due to distractions. Best advice be: asexual from now until July.
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    (Original post by ZeroName)
    I've slacked for two days due to distractions. Best advice be: asexual from now until July.
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    (Original post by AsandaLFC)
    Lol me too. I would've laughed and leave it until 2 weeks prior. 3 months is nothing.

    To everyone who has not started revising. Please stop coming to tsr and revise
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    I'm doing my as levels and have t started don't know what to do ? How to do it ? When to do it ? I'm so lost and awfully behind
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    (Original post by majdalemon)
    Why? You think its too late?
    No, early! Really early!
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    Ya, I revise daily ^^
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    (Original post by hippoposthumous)
    No, early! Really early!
    oh, lol, at least you think so. No its just that everyone here is talking about revising from the beginning of the year and spending like 8 hours a day on the weekends studying [:K:
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    Anyone want to voulenteer and make me a good timetable? Can't make a good enough one
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    started last week, 5+ hours a week for each of my 3 subjects, hopefully it'll be enough!
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    how many hours would you guys recommend studying per school day and per holiday starting from now in order to achieve 3 A's in the sciences at A2?

    thanks
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    Update: still haven't started
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    how many hours would you guys recommend studying per school day and per holiday starting from now in order to achieve 3 A's in the sciences at A2?

    thanks
    Study in all of your frees, then 3-4 hours when you get home. At weekends, go over what you don't understand and do loads of past paper questions. I'm doing AS at the moment but plan to do 7-8 hours everyday in this half term, by splitting it all up ( I have no life lol). Best of luck!
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    The struggle is real. Should start soon. Helps that there's half term next week😃
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    I revise for 4 hours on weekdays and 8 hours on weekends XD... but we do have 3 months :boring: my friend did the same as me but she started in september O.o (btw its for my gcses XD)
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    (Original post by Lularose83)
    Study in all of your frees, then 3-4 hours when you get home. At weekends, go over what you don't understand and do loads of past paper questions. I'm doing AS at the moment but plan to do 7-8 hours everyday in this half term, by splitting it all up ( I have no life lol). Best of luck!
    thank you ,when did you start and what are you hoping for?
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    I started in December, which might be quite early for some, but then again I do Maths and Chemistry, so it's never too early to start revising for these exams
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    (Original post by theJdog)
    I started in December, which might be quite early for some, but then again I do Maths and Chemistry, so it's never too early to start revising for these exams
    how many hours on a school day and holiday do you do ? and what are you hoping for?
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    Doing 5 subjects. Next week I'm starting revision for maths, chem and eng(which is a continuous revision). Biology and physics is over the next few weeks.
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    I'm going over the knowledge and making notes and doing a good few hours a week...but the problem is I'm a lazy reviser at the moment (if that's a word ) like I'm not practicing exam questions, making mind maps etc...I need to start doing that
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    Me and a close friend of mine have been study buddies since GCSE, it worked out well for us then (highest grades in the school, so it paid off). Decided yesterday that we're going to meet up everyday for a couple of hours at least to get work done (past papers, solomon, testing eachother etc.). Motivated to get 100 UMS in all subjects, especially Maths and Further Maths. Procrastination has been a ***& since September, but after our first session yesterday I've completed 4 past papers so I guess it's begun for me!
 
 
 
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