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    Hi, I'm a yr12 student currently studying as. Everywhere I look people who've taken a levels suggest to study asap and so I'm going to take that on board. I was just wondering how many hours per subject a week should I be doing??
    My subjects are: English, chemistry and psychology.

    I'm in the same year and I've been told to do at least 4 hours of extra study for each subject a week. Other than that I don't really know! Sorry

    Just keep to a general >6 hours a week (mon-friday) and 40 mins on both saturday and sunday for each subject! This is like a guideline don't take my word for it.
    It is around the same as what I do and was passed to me by yr 13 buddies hope this helps. Closer to exam times (3 weeks ahead) just take up your weekends with 3 hours of each subject ☺️
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