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    How many hours do you do a night on a weekday, and on a weekend? For AS exams.

    Even though I do at least like 2.5 hours on a weak day, and like > 4 hours on a weekend, I always feel guilty whenever I do anything but revise. Read a book, write a blog post, TSR, I just feel guilt and feel as if I should be revising yet more. But then when I don't have rest time, I just major procrastinate and feel down about life. Anyone else feel like this?

    Just looking forward to it all ending.
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    (Original post by Alex-Torres)
    How many hours do you do a night on a weekday, and on a weekend? For AS exams.

    Even though I do at least like 2.5 hours on a weak day, and like > 4 hours on a weekend, I always feel guilty whenever I do anything but revise. Read a book, write a blog post, TSR, I just feel guilt and feel as if I should be revising yet more. But then when I don't have rest time, I just major procrastinate and feel down about life. Anyone else feel like this?

    Just looking forward to it all ending.
    Yeah, I do what you d and feel guilty but try and get 2-3 hours a night in but I just end up on Netflix then cram in the last few weeks, not the best tactic but it works well for me (I know it shouldn't) but it brings a lot more pressure I wouldn't recommend it haha. But revise as you go along, that works pretty well too, like after a lesson, summarize your notes, re-read chapters in your text book etc.

    Good luck!
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    8 hours on sat and sun and 3hours on weekdays
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    8 hours on sat and sun and 3hours on weekdays
    Are those 3 hours all after school, or are some with study periods? What is your revision plan, get home at 4 then just go all the way until like 7?
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    (Original post by Alex-Torres)
    Are those 3 hours all after school, or are some with study periods? What is your revision plan, get home at 4 then just go all the way until like 7?
    All study periods I go home and study as they are convenient. I get home at 4, cook dinner immediately, then at 4:30->6 I revise then hour break and then 7 onwards up to 2-4hours
 
 
 
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