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    Hello people,
    Ok My question is how many hours a week should i be studying for A levels. Im doing Maths, Chemistry and Biology.
    My exams are C1, C2, M1 Chemistry UNIT 1 and 2 Biology UNIT 1 and 2.
    Please help because i need to make a timetable for study.

    Thank you everyone!!!!!!!!!
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    It depends on how much work you need to do. If you're already getting A's (or whatever grade you want), you only need a little bit a night. If you're currently on solid U's, then maybe a few hours would be more beneficial.

    If you're making a timetable, it's worth factoring in things such as
    - How many hours you realistically think you could stick to (I say I'll do four hours a night, but I'll probably only do two at a push)
    - If you have any other commitments, not just sports and clubs, but any TV shows you like to watch or times your friends are normally on WoW or whatever. Personal time is important!
    - How much homework you get a night. Saying you'll do revision from 4-7pm is reasonably redundant if you have to do homework that entire time.
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    depends on your current grades, 4hrs a day on weekdays and weekends 8hrs a day
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    well im currently working at Ds in all my subjects so....
 
 
 

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