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    (Original post by Bethaaaaany)
    This is definitely similar to my situation...I leave at 8:00am and get home at 4:15pm (if I'm not doing an extra curricular that day). Also my house is pretty chaotic so I don't tend to get more than 2 or 3 hours free in a day unless I'm working until 10pm (and I can't work late at night, I find it too hard to concentrate)
    I leave at 7:15 and get back at 5:45 and I still manage to get at least 2 hours of work done so I finish for the day by 8 or 9 depending on how much H/W I have and what topics I do not understand.

    Have you tried working late at night or do you just not want to do it because you think you would be tired. When it gets to 9pm i am tired and always have a drink of coke to make me feel alert for one more hour. Work in your free periods if you have the chance.

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    i barely did any revision at AS and only started revision like a month before my exams MASSIVE MISTAKE!!! i didn't get great results and and i'm paying for that this year at A2 retaking two AS exams but i've got 12 lessons a week and 13 frees so i've made a study plan matching up certain frees with a subject i should revise so this year i'll be doing 1hr of lessons to 1hr of revision during a school day so i'll have less to do at home everyone has a different way of studying
 
 
 
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