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How long do you generally spend doing school work a night? For A Levels watch


    Atleast an hour or 2 a night
    6/7 hours before art deadlines
    Alevels are killing me slowly!!

    (Original post by S_123)
    Flipping heck! I'm a GCSE student and I do more than most of the people on here haha :laugh:
    Then again, I do have 9 subjects and give myself a lot of extra work including doing a club every night of the working week and playing 3 instruments :p:
    9 GCSEs require less effort than 3 A2 levels do though, but I suppose we get more free time in the day, so I bet a lot of people don't do any work in the evening because they do it in the day.

    i do most of my work during the frees nd only revision at home, good scheme gives me plenty of time during the weekend to do extracuricular stuff.

    it honestly depends.

    Leading up to the exams I was doing quite a lot even though it was like snow days, haha. But there are some periods when there's not much to do because we don't get much homework or whatever. But the exams are coming up in summer & my psychology teacher's already hassling about revision.

    2hours of work which involves listening to talksport..regulary going downstairs for food and lazying about
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