How many hours do you study after school? A LEVEL PEOPLE

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Simran Mars Foster
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Just wondering if i personally, should step it up a little. Now i'm managing a mere 2. If it can be labelled as 'mere' anyway.
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Uhm. Like 0 hours.. It's really bad but I'm turning a whole new leaf after these holidays. I just did a couple of hours yesterday. I really think an A Level student should do at least an hour a night just re capping, but I'm being hypocritical considering I do none so whatever really, just depends on how you revise.


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I should be doing a least 2 but I'm too lazy .
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I never do anything at home other than during exam periods...

Really should get my act together.
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(Original post by Pinkhead)
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I should be doing a least 2 but I'm too lazy .

I feel the same but get distracted easily
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Simran Mars Foster
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Looks like some are indeed in the same boat.. Ha.
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(Original post by Simran Mars Foster)
Just wondering if i personally, should step it up a little. Now i'm managing a mere 2. If it can be labelled as 'mere' anyway.
Depends upon what I'm doing to be honest... It can be anything between 1-3 hours. But it really depends... Because just solely basing your studying on "hours" may not be helpful. I like to set myself a little list on what I should have learnt by the end of the day... Deffo helps. Regardless of how long it takes, whether 1 or 4 hours... you know that you were productive. Everyone's different tho so you know.
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Er, 0. Oh dear.
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Some days i will do none some days about 5. Just depends what i feel like. Lazy night tonight though- football practice!

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3-5hours depending on whether I get home early
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Well, about... 0. Sh*t!
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Last year about 5 hours everyday. :borat:
But this year I do 0 hours a day.
I think I used up all my motivation. :facepalm:
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I dont go to school, Im doing my A2 Private

When i was doing my AS (In school) Id come home and spend around 2 to 3 hours studying

Now im appearing as a private candidate (No school) Im studying around 7 to 8 hours a day
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I do 1 hour a night. Weekends 2 hours tops, but in 'exam season' I do lots of work. I do most of my c/w at school.
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0 other than the odd piece of homeowork
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Take what you think one should do and multiply it by zero. That's how much I do.
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A lot people saying they do nothing, hmm seems a bit far fetched !
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In all honesty I aim to do about 3-4 per night. But then I usually get about 2-3 done if I'm lucky. Too distracted.
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when i did A Levels it was only homework time and when it was around exam time I did the 6-9 hours sessions after school. After exams I always wonder what I used to do with my time :/
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any where between 1-5 hours

It depends on my motivation it really varies..
The other week I did about 3 hours over mon-fri
The week before did 4+hours a day

I try to aim for 4 hours a day
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