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    Hi, i know its quite early but i'm bored and like to plan for the future.

    anyway, to tell you the workload i will say what A levels i'm doing.

    Maths, Further maths, Physics and Spanish.

    I have provisionally allotted 5 hours for each subject a week, Leaving no revision on the weekends but obviously if homework is due i will do it sundays.

    Now, i want to achieve minimum As, is this sufficient revision to achieve this?
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    (Original post by Bobjim12)
    Hi, i know its quite early but i'm bored and like to plan for the future.

    anyway, to tell you the workload i will say what A levels i'm doing.

    Maths, Further maths, Physics and Spanish.

    I have provisionally allotted 5 hours for each subject a week, Leaving no revision on the weekends but obviously if homework is due i will do it sundays.

    Now, i want to achieve minimum As, is this sufficient revision to achieve this?
    That depends entirely upon you. The answer to anyone asking how much revision is enough is 'as much as you need to get the grades you want'. It's a crap answer, but it's the only one a stranger can give you.
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    That's like asking someone how long did it take them to start walking. It differs for everyone.
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    It entirely depends on how confident you are, for example with me I did maths and further maths same as you and because I did further maths I only spent about the day before the exam for normal maths and that was enough for me, although it could be different with other people.
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    Like everybody has said, it depends on how quickly you're going to pick things up. One thing I would say is that you shouldn't be too rigid with your schedule. If you're breezing through maths but struggling with physics, for example, use some of your maths time for physics.
    It's tricky to plan ahead, but for languages small increments worked best for me (ten minute sessions a couple of times a day).


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