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    Im really struggling with this. I come back from school at 15.00 leaving me with 10hrs from 16.00 to 1.00 to study for 7 subjects. How can this be done ?

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    You need to get familiar with an all-nighter.
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    a-level or gcse?
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    (Original post by Stickman)
    You need to get familiar with an all-nighter.
    Sleeping at 1am means I have 4 hours of sleep. That's okay for me but 3 hrs would mean il be sleepy throughout the day

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    (Original post by contradicta)
    a-level or gcse?
    A-LEVELS

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    No I meant you should've already been doing all nighters in the run in to the exams. Then you wouldn't have faced this problem.

    I just suggest 1 hour per subject. The most important bits you think - revise them, jot them down whatever. The 3 hours left, re read go through all of them. Make sure you do at least a past paper in that 1 hour. If it is GCSE, go through the mark scheme and make notes based on that too. If A level, make sure your content is up to scratch.
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    (Original post by AsandaLFC)
    A-LEVELS

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    I would give myself an hour per subject with a big break (30 mins) for dinner and 10 mins between subjects. Or skip the breaks and finish earlier. YOU NEED SLEEP!

    I also go to bed at 1am but I don't get up till 7.30am.

    What made you take 7 alevels?
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    Surely you don't have 7 exams tomorrow?
 
 
 
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