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Is it possible to get 3A if i spend 3 hours a week in the gym in my A2s

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Yes.
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Not at all, surely you have a break between studying... Only 3 hours in the gym a week though?
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Not at all, surely you have a break between studying... Only 3 hours in the gym a week though?
Yeah doing stronglifts

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Yeah doing stronglifts

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Fair enough,3 hours a week won't affect your studies at all
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Is it possible to get 3A if i spend 3 hours a week in the gym in my A2s

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If you can manage your time responsibly, you can spend 7 days in the gym and still get 3 As.

but not during your exams though....I stopped going to the gym during my exams and I'm glad I did.
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If you can manage your time responsibly, you can spend 7 days in the gym and still get 3 As.

but not during your exams though....I stopped going to the gym during my exams and I'm glad I did.
Cool. I plan on revising during my free periods to make up for the time in the gym.

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If you work hard and work efficiently, you'll do well; if you don't, you'll do badly. A few hours at the gym every week won't make a difference to your grades. I know people at university who go to the gym every evening for at least an hour and still manage to do fine.
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Cool. I plan on revising during my free periods to make up for the time in the gym.

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Sounds good man.
Keep it up
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If you can manage your time responsibly, you can spend 7 days in the gym and still get 3 As.

but not during your exams though....I stopped going to the gym during my exams and I'm glad I did.
It really is possible to be going to the gym three times a week during your exams and still get top grades. Particularly if revision is actually revision!
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I spent about 10 hours a week working out in different ways throughout my A levels and I expect to get 3 A's on results day.
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Yeah man. Going to the gym occasionally during exams can clear your head, break up revision, and make you revise way more effectively to.
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lmao is this a real question?
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What rumours have you thought about A-Level hahaha?

I had about 5 hours spare every evening plus the whole of the week-end excluding sunday afternoon
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It really is possible to be going to the gym three times a week during your exams and still get top grades. Particularly if revision is actually revision!

Yeah I know.... but I honestly didn't want to risk it as A2 exams are life changing and I got bad AS results last year. Also it was a nice break from the gym (after constantly being in the gym for about 2 and half years).
Well this is what I did.

So again If anybody can manage their time properly, it is absolutely possible.
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