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    4 hours
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    8.16%
    5+ hours
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    How much are you revising after school? I'm planning on doing about 2-3 hours a night after school but am feeling tired after a long days work at school.

    EDIT: After a week of making this thread i've decided to do 1-2 hours
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    Are you serious!!! I am doing none at all after school. Just on the weekends.

    Can you add an option for zero hours please lol
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    (Original post by GreenLantern1)
    Are you serious!!! I am doing none at all after school. Just on the weekends.

    Can you add an option for zero hours please lol
    Sorry, cant edit it now.. lol
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    0 but im gonna start soon, hopefully!
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    5+ hours!? Who is this guy??
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    Didn't have school today but I'm planning on staying for a couple of hours and working solidly through those. Then going home and doing a bit more.

    Planning on it. Might end up going to McDonalds or something instead though

    EDIT: Oh ffs, just seen where this has been posted. I'm A-Level. I did about 0 hours for GCSE though.
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    0 :L I was about to start today but i have ended up here for some reason.........
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    lol who actually revises this early for their gcses? It's possible to get As with a weeks worth of revision.
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    (Original post by applesdonothelp)
    0 :L I was about to start today but i have ended up here for some reason.........
    LOOL. I had to +rep that.
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    Went to school, tried to do work.

    Failed.

    Said to myself when I get home, catch up on work missed and do lots of good quality work.

    Failed.

    School distracts you and zaps all energy, but Im feeling good because my belly is full and I'm relaxed.

    Work tommorow yesyesyes.
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    I am managing about 2-3 hours of revision on top of the (pointless) homework that is set. As long as you have some sort of revision plan in place you should be fine.
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    (Original post by Namige)
    lol who actually revises this early for their gcses? It's possible to get A's with a weeks worth of revision.
    Yes it is; but some people are aiming for A*s!

    Your obnoxious attitude clealry shows why your limit is an A grade
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    Please tell me the people who selected 5+hours are trolls!!!

    If I were to start working as soon as I got home non stop for 4 hours I wouldn't finish until 9 pm.


    Btw well done to those clever people who calculated that I get home at 4 pm!!!
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    (Original post by GreenLantern1)
    Yes it is; but some people are aiming for A*s!

    Your obnoxious attitude clealry shows why your limit is an A grade
    It is possible to get A* with less than a weeks worth of revision but it's not recommended. Seriously not wise unless you have a time machine and repeated the week over and over again?
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    i do 6 hours and i get back at 6pm
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    (Original post by GreenLantern1)
    Yes it is; but some people are aiming for A*s!

    Your obnoxious attitude clealry shows why your limit is an A grade
    OP clearly meant A*s are possible with two weeks revision...
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    (Original post by dgdlalo16)
    i do 6 hours and i get back at 6pm
    crikey good luck with your exams! you're bound to do well.
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    Maximum 2 hours.
    No more than that, but on weekends, I do 5-6 hrs
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    I go to afterschool sessions which is 1 hour/2 hours and do about 2ish hours on top of that at home, so I've answered 3 hours
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    (Original post by applesdonothelp)
    crikey good luck with your exams! you're bound to do well.
    hiya
    i do revision for 2hrs after school then i come back at 5pm sometimes and eat dinner in 10 mins then i revision until near enough 10:30pm at night
    dont worry im sure you will do sooooo well aswell keep smiling babe x
 
 
 
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