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    If anyone who was in a similar situation as mine could give some advice I would be very grateful; I am studying for mathematics, further mathematics, chemistry, biology and physics. The content is no problem, but finding adequate time to revise is....

    How did you organise your revision? How much did you do every day? What did you focus on revising on? Throw in a load of advice hehe. Thanks
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    Setting a fixed quota of work rather than a time period worked for me. So instead of working for 2 hours, I'd just work until I finished say, 8 pages.

    Other than that it's just cracking on and doing it, rather than faffing about with timetables etc
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    (Original post by Connor3)
    Setting a fixed quota of work rather than a time period worked for me. So instead of working for 2 hours, I'd just work until I finished say, 8 pages.

    Other than that it's just cracking on and doing it, rather than faffing about with timetables etc
    I agree XD its so much better, making time tables just wastes time better to just get on with it
 
 
 
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