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Hey guys i'm kind of behind in everything xD

Currently studying a2 maths psychology and economics

how many hours a day are you revising?

i still haven't started >.< hopefully i'll start from tomorrow
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2 on weekdays, 14 on Saturday, 2/4 on Sunday
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2 on weekdays, 14 on Saturday, 2/4 on Sunday
14 on Saturday?!!! how do you manage that?
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Approximately 0.
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(Original post by Satoshii)
Hey guys i'm kind of behind in everything xD

Currently studying a2 maths psychology and economics

how many hours a day are you revising?

i still haven't started >.< hopefully i'll start from tomorrow
Looool I am doing the same subjects as you!

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how-comes everybody does maths on the student room

does anybody do english or politics lol?
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Prob around 4 per weekday, 10 on weekends

In fairness, I play computer games at the same time so I'm not very productive :P
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Doing a little less than 0 tbh...
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Awkward...

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4 hours revising followed by a few hours of you know what (hint: refer to name)
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I study more than 4 hours a day, it depends.

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how-comes everybody does maths on the student room

does anybody do english or politics lol?
I do politics and maths
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14 on Saturday?!!! how do you manage that?
Wake up at 5 AM on Saturday and get into working by 7, have maths tutor and other lessons throughout the day etc
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I do politics and maths
AS OR A2 politics?

What exam board?
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AS OR A2 politics?

What exam board?
AS and Edexcel
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AS and Edexcel
have you started revising?
If yes how are you finding it?
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have you started revising?
If yes how are you finding it?
Its a lot of vocab but nothing too difficult I guess. Just structuring the essays and getting facts into my brain is a bit difficult. Are you AS or A2?
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(Original post by Galileo Galilei)
Its a lot of vocab but nothing too difficult I guess. Just structuring the essays and getting facts into my brain is a bit difficult. Are you AS or A2?
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both, doing as and a2 this year. Self teaching as i am on a gap year and wanted to do an extra a level!!!


SO much to learn man lol....how many topics you learning
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2-3 hours
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Haha, I remember revising for my A levels last year! Economics, Politics and Ancient History.

So, during weekdays I did 0 hours worth of revision, at weekends, I did 0 hours of revision. Life was sweet!

Then around exam period time (about two weeks before) I did maybe an hour of revision, if that. The week before the exam turned into 5 hours after college and whenever possible at the weekend due to working part-time. Admittedly, I didn't revise hard for certain exams, in fact, for my last exam (Ancient History) I was so fed up with exam season that I started revision the night before!

came out with ABB, with the A in the Ancient History. Only 17 UMS away from an A in Economics and thought I did seriously better in Politics than what I got. Still feel like I should have revised more and revised harder
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