What's your revision plan for easter?

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Hi,

Thought it would be nice to share revision plans( too keep me motivated!) How much are you planning to revise? How many hours? Revision technique?
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I've already done a fair amount of revision so I'm aiming for 2 past papers in each exam over Easter (18 past papers overall) to start improving exam technique and spot any weakness'. I'll perhaps do a couple of papers a day, with an additional couple of hours revising anything I identify as weak points-so 6 hours a day, just like a typical school day. I'll defiantly have a few days off too. How about you?
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(Original post by 22.22)
I've already done a fair amount of revision so I'm aiming for 2 past papers in each exam over Easter (18 past papers overall) to start improving exam technique and spot any weakness'. I'll perhaps do a couple of papers a day, with an additional couple of hours revising anything I identify as weak points-so 6 hours a day, just like a typical school day. I'll defiantly have a few days off too. How about you?
I'm planning on just revising and then doing past papers after all the revision. Not sure on hours ...maybe 4/5/6 I'm a day. I am a bit worried a some students at my college are just doing past papers in Easter with no revision. And revising 10 hours a day.

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(Original post by mangomango)
I'm planning on just revising and then doing past papers after all the revision. Not sure on hours ...maybe 4/5/6 I'm a day. I am a bit worried a some students at my college are just doing past papers in Easter with no revision. And revising 10 hours a day.

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I wouldn't concern myself with what others are doing so much, as long as you're doing enough. I think 10 hours is excessive, and I'd take people claiming they revise 10 hours a day with a pinch of salt too. What year are you in out of interest?
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6 AS topics spread over two AS units - 2 days per topic.
3 A2 topics spread over two A2 units - 3 days per topic

Each day will involve going over my revision notes and doing an exam paper or two. This process will start on the 28th of March, and will end on the 18th of April. After that, my revision will focus upon the AS work since the exams for that are in May whilst the others are in June.
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