How many hours of revision do A* students do for A level?

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I'm just really curious and I want to know how many hours of studying do straight A* students do a night? This girl told me she revises 8 hours and this boy said he barely revises, I know some people are more clever than other but out of curiously how many hours do you revise a night?
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I think most work for around 20 hours a day with hour intervals when they sleep and eat throughout the day. They go outside once every couple of weeks (to be avoided at all costs) and drink roughly 50 coffees a day in order to maintain this lifestyle. Instead of eating normal food they eat super foods which they mix with blood sacrifices in order to obtain good look. You can normally spot a rarer spotted A* student by the distinctive bags under there eyes however seeing one during daylight hours is extremely unusual and it Is generally recommended to report to the police if one is sighted as they are displaying abnormal behaviour and may be a danger to themselves and society.
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I didn't do any extra hours per night other than homework from Sept-March in A2. Did loads of revision in April for maths. From May 18th (official start of study leave) to my first exam, June 9th, I did about ~7 hours a day of solid revision (including past papers).

It's not really the time that is different as loads of people work for the same amount of time, but it's the quality of the revision. 1 hour revision by an A* student is probably a lot more effective than 1 hour revision by a C grade student.
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