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    Starting to build up in the holidays - to around 4-5 hours.

    Edit: Seeing someone post 12 hours - incredible!
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    (Original post by Alex-Torres)
    Starting to build up in the holidays - to around 4-5 hours.

    Edit: Seeing someone post 12 hours - incredible!
    12 hours is mad aha!! I'm doing three hours a day right now but I'm still at school


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    barely 10minutes anight a quick read through a book is all i do but doing it every day does add up
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    (Original post by Shadoo)
    barely 10minutes anight a quick read through a book is all i do but doing it every day does add up
    Lawl are you serious or? what subjects do you do?


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    (Original post by Shadoo)
    barely 10minutes anight a quick read through a book is all i do but doing it every day does add up
    Good luck with that...

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    (Original post by Jatz07)
    That's not enough...
    i know right, I need to step up!
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    6 hours a day, apart from Friday when I do 4 hours!
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    (Original post by Lord Harold)
    6 hours a day, apart from Friday when I do 4 hours!
    You wild one!
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    Taking AS Psychology, Biology, Economics, and Cambridge Pre-U Global Perspectives. Aiming for ABB + Distinction/Merit. Is 4-5 a day enough considering it's 32 days until first exam?


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    (Original post by Alex-Torres)
    You wild one!
    Haha, completely reckless, living life on the edge!
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    for a levels is everybody slowly starting to get into rythm. my first exam is 13th may but then its 3rd june up until 24th june. should i start proper past papers yet?
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    I can't seem to kick in properly.

    I know that I generally have a vague idea of what the questions on about, so like I know most of the content but they are the odd questions which just end up literally killing me.
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    (Original post by cem101)
    for a levels is everybody slowly starting to get into rythm. my first exam is 13th may but then its 3rd june up until 24th june. should i start proper past papers yet?
    Yep, find as many as you can and start working through them, but gradually, so spread them out between now and your exams
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    For my A-Levels I probably did about 3 hours a day and then did probably 6 hours a day in the days leading up to the exams.
    For my law degree I have to revise for about 4-5 a day. Why oh why.
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    (Original post by saaay)
    I haven't started ���������� �


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    When / what are your exams?
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    My exams arent for a month and a half only got 3 this year so i reckon i can get away with it this year next year i might revise more...
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    After graduation (yes, we graduate for 2 weeks before taking As) I pretty much did 10-12 hours a day, and after the exam itself, depending on the exam the next day (e.g. written paper, etc.) I'd go to Starbucks with a friend and camp there for about 12 hours. This was pretty common not just in my school but pretty much for everyone in the country taking their As. Of course, sometimes you get distracted/tired so nothing goes into your brain so I'd estimate maybe 8 hours for every 10 I was there, and 9 for every 12?
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    Have too much homework to even think about revising. I'm not good at revising anyway have this weird memory where I can only access the knowledge & put stuff in when I'm in lessons or exams which is sort of unfortunate but I tend to get all B's anyway so I should be fine.
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    During these Easter holidays I'm currently aiming for 8 hours a day for my 3 AS levels. The minimum I do is 5 hours. If I don't do much revision in a day then I end up being awake all night feeling guilty and wanting to work :sigh:
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    Ok so I haven't started yet as I still have school and I have damn art to do. Perhaps I'll try and do 5 a day (probably wont happen though).
 
 
 
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