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    (Original post by flywithemma)

    I didn't start properly revising for my AS Levels until after Easter last year (granted, Easter was earlier, but I digress...), and I was fine (I got 4 As, with full UMS in 2 modules). Personally, I find it's quality rather than quantity of revision.
    3 hours focused work > 10 hours when you're half concentrating, because tbh it's kind of impossible to stay focused for 10 hours non stop.
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    (Original post by Seanr593)
    OMG the most revision i have ever done is maybe 1 or two hours a day and i didn't start till bout 3 weeks before the exams. Means u will get great marks at as level then which will be useful considering how hard a2 exams are
    If i'd of known how ahrd A2 was compared to As i would of tried so much harder last year...no joke haha

    No matter how late you are, or think you are, or we know/think you are, the ONLY thing that should be done is you should be revising as much as possible from now!

    i haven't started yet.... 4-5 weeks is quite a long time. it's not like you have 4-5 days.

    10 hours a day!
    Dude, you will melt down!
    Unless, you're made of steel or something.

    That gives me a headache, just thinking about it. 10 minute breaks....I think I need a lie down.

    10 hours is a bit much every day and i doubt you'll be able to pull it off every day unless you've got no social life. maybe 4hours a day and do loads of questions/exam papers xxxxxx
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