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I believe if people share there studies it will help motivate others in this thread and stop procrastination.

For all students studying for a levels, it is hard to get motivated!

I am studying Maths, Chem, Biol and Physics at As. I do work in school in my free periods and after school sessions often but find it hard when I'm at home.

Anyone with motivation tips or revision tip is welcome to share.

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I'm the opposite to that! I work for hours at home but I'm useless in my frees :')
I've just made a Christmas revision timetable which is helping already (and because it's not long term I don't have to feel like I'm committed to it too much lool), I like just putting 2-3 subjects each night, then you can just decide what you want to revise and where your weak areas are and it's less stressful
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Sounds like you've got a pretty good plan, how long do you revise for each night, how long per subject and do you take many breaks?
Sorry for all the questions
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Can you link it for me please? just so I get the right one

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I'm the opposite to that! I work for hours at home but I'm useless in my frees :')
I've just made a Christmas revision timetable which is helping already (and because it's not long term I don't have to feel like I'm committed to it too much lool), I like just putting 2-3 subjects each night, then you can just decide what you want to revise and where your weak areas are and it's less stressful
Sounds like you've got a pretty good plan, how long do you revise for each night, how long per subject and do you take many breaks?
Sorry for all the questions

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If you ever get stuck on a question or don't understand a concept, post in the TSR maths forum. If you do, chances are you'll learn a heck of a lot over there!
Can you link it for me please? just so I get the right one

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Sure thing
Thanks I guess there all pretty good, which ones do you recommend most?

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Sounds like you've got a pretty good plan, how long do you revise for each night, how long per subject and do you take many breaks?
Sorry for all the questions

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Don't worry about it! I'd say I d about 3-4 hours a night and that includes homework and drafts for essays etc. Closer to exams it will probably be that in pure revision on top of work. I don't take many breaks because I like to get it all done, and I find if I take a break I will get too distracted and never go back to it! I try to keep the amount of time equal, but I end up spending a lot more time on bio/chem rather than maths/psychology, simply because they are a lot more content heavy.
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Don't worry about it! I'd say I d about 3-4 hours a night and that includes homework and drafts for essays etc. Closer to exams it will probably be that in pure revision on top of work. I don't take many breaks because I like to get it all done, and I find if I take a break I will get too distracted and never go back to it! I try to keep the amount of time equal, but I end up spending a lot more time on bio/chem rather than maths/psychology, simply because they are a lot more content heavy.
Wow, 3-4 hours, that's pretty long but I guess trying it won't hurt. Thanks for sharing your routine by they way!
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Wow, 3-4 hours, that's pretty long but I guess trying it won't hurt. Thanks for sharing your routine by they way!
You're welcome!
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