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    Well this is on my free time, when i dont have to go to school. In school I study like 8 hours daily and after school like about 3 more doing my homework and stuff. Obviously preparing an important exam is different that doing basic homework...I beggin IB exams today soy that is why I'm studying that much.
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    I do about 3 hours everyday after school and then between 2-6 hours on the weekend.

    i know that sounds loads but guys I have 19 exams starting in two weeks! So really I'm not doing a lot per subject it's just overall! And I'm bricking it haha!


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    (Original post by PilotHolly)
    I do about 3 hours everyday after school and then between 2-6 hours on the weekend.

    i know that sounds loads but guys I have 19 exams starting in two weeks! So really I'm not doing a lot per subject it's just overall! And I'm bricking it haha!


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    Im doing the same ammount for 7 as levels, what qualifications are yours for? good luck also
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    I try to aim for 2-3 hours a night.

    I don't find revising hard at all but it's just getting motivated! I would colour code a revision timetable and put all of your revision guides in one place so you will feel like doing it more. In the last week before my history exam I am on study leave and I managed to fit 40 hours in that week! I'm going to be pulling my hair out by Sunday but hopefully it will pay off and I'll get an a*!!

    Good luck studying and in your exams. C x


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    seven exams , ouch :eek:
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    4 exams. One chapter in the revision book a day each.

    I don't get how the heck some of you have 10 or so exams.
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    (Original post by taintedCH)
    Not lying. I took language A-levels which are official languages in my country. I didn't need to revise since I speak them every day. Alternatively one could say I revise 24/7 then.
    And yet you still only got AAB??
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    11 exams and 4 hours a school day and 8 on a day off

    a timetable is a really good idea, once you feel organized it will hopefully help get rid of some stress (only some though....)
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    What is this 'revision' you speak of?
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    On average, I'll be doing around 4 hours per day, which I'm pulling off by doing 2 hours after work on some days and 6 hours every alternate night by pulling out all-nighters. The strain I feel sometimes is murder :emo:.
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    (Original post by calm down)
    Im doing the same ammount for 7 as levels, what qualifications are yours for? good luck also

    Oooh nasty! Haha mine are GCSE's, I think I'd die if I had 19 AS. But to be honest, 5 of them are English exams and 3 are history. Good luck!


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    (Original post by PilotHolly)
    Oooh nasty! Haha mine are GCSE's, I think I'd die if I had 19 AS. But to be honest, 5 of them are English exams and 3 are history. Good luck!


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    Watch out for history, the exam at GCSE got me
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    I try and do as much revision as possible until i feel like i have stopped taking in information, then i stop, because there isn't much point in revising if nothing is going in, but as i have upcoming exams i hope to increase this during study leave
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    Well I used to revise about 2-3 hours a day and then 4/5 a day in the weekend. Now its close I just set myself targets and im just gonna revise all day until they are done. Would love to have all my revision done by next weekend.

    So maybe 9 hours today?

    Some classmates are saying how they are finished. I dont beleive that its lies, maybe or two but not all. They love lying and they all lie about revision too. Its funny a girl across my road apparently does very little revision. She comes out with 95percent in last test. Complete nonsense. I dont get why anyone would lie because it doesnt make you look impressive just naive.
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    I have 4 uni exams, have been revising around 3-4 hours a day so far.

    I'll try to increase that now though as they're about two weeks away and i've been doing one module per day which is not ideal.
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    4 hours and no more..it's pointless doing anymore
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    (Original post by Kateislate)
    Haven't started. I'm ****ed.
    A month later and a week till exams, I am finally starting.
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    (Original post by calm down)
    Watch out for history, the exam at GCSE got me
    Oooh, I hate history anyway but which one? Germany, Russia or USA?


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    None, I'm starting tomorrow. First exam is in two weeks.
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    24 hours a day . Sleep is for B*tchessss
 
 
 
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