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    Nice website.

    Although it it achieve*

    I would say that if you go school then revise that subject at least 2 hours before school and at at least 3 hours after school. You should definitely do more than the hours that you clock in at school.

    Also if you have more subjects then split the workload.

    If you don't go to school and self-teach then what I do is write the list of 'targets' I need to do that day and make sure I complete them.

    Also be harsh in marking, and start test papers in March if exams are in May/June. Go through every single paper at least 2 times properly.

    Never cheat obviously, like copying answers etc. Don't crast, work never goes away.

    People say to start at Day 1, I start day 0 lol, revise in the summer holidays. Like take a week/2 weeks off and then do some light work, learning the content a second time is so much better.

    Also when you do a topic, do all the test questions associated with it.

    Heck, I should make my own blog.

    OP did you make the website yourself, and if so what code did you use?
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    (Original post by fnatic NateDestiel)
    Nice website.

    Although it it achieve*

    I would say that if you go school then revise that subject at least 2 hours before school and at at least 3 hours after school. You should definitely do more than the hours that you clock in at school.

    Also if you have more subjects then split the workload.

    If you don't go to school and self-teach then what I do is write the list of 'targets' I need to do that day and make sure I complete them.

    Also be harsh in marking, and start test papers in March if exams are in May/June. Go through every single paper at least 2 times properly.

    Never cheat obviously, like copying answers etc. Don't crast, work never goes away.

    People say to start at Day 1, I start day 0 lol, revise in the summer holidays. Like take a week/2 weeks off and then do some light work, learning the content a second time is so much better.

    Also when you do a topic, do all the test questions associated with it.

    Heck, I should make my own blog.

    OP did you make the website yourself, and if so what code did you use?
    Can't understand one thing: is this a reply, or OP?
 
 
 
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