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    Alright, here goes. I'm doing further maths, maths, chemistry, and physics at AS level. I'm hoping to get all As if I can help it. For my January exams, I did 3 subjects a day, for 45 minutes a day each with fridays off for six weeks and I got all As. Now I have seven exams and 12 weeks to revise in, so I have started early and am not taking any days off. (However I am still doing 3 subjects a day at 45 minutes). I have perfected my revision technique by doing every past paper twice, by the end of my revision I have done 27 hours in total and have between 3-8 100% past papers.
    I know everyone is different, but I want to know if I am revising enough, as many of my friends only managed Es (with the exception of a few with straight As).
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    (Original post by DarkAce)
    Alright, here goes. I'm doing further maths, maths, chemistry, and physics at AS level. I'm hoping to get all As if I can help it. For my January exams, I did 3 subjects a day, for 45 minutes a day each with fridays off for six weeks and I got all As. Now I have seven exams and 12 weeks to revise in, so I have started early and am not taking any days off. (However I am still doing 3 subjects a day at 45 minutes). I have perfected my revision technique by doing every past paper twice, by the end of my revision I have done 27 hours in total and have between 3-8 100% past papers.
    I know everyone is different, but I want to know if I am revising enough, as many of my friends only managed Es (with the exception of a few with straight As).
    I don't know whether to be jealous or astonished, probably the later, I did 4hours a day everyday from Dec-Jan and I got ABC <_< flippin history. If what your doing at the moment works keep it up, but if you feel you need to revise more I'd set aside 2hours compared to 45mins
 
 
 
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