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    - for maths, one c1, c2 and s1 paper every week.
    - for chemistry, making notes and revising as much as i can ( 6 hours a week) and doing past questions
    -biology is the same
    - german, doing 1 listening and reading paper each week as well as constantly learning vocab

    and thats on top of any hw....is it enough?
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    It's not about the quantity, it's about whether you understand the material or not.
    You could spend half an hour a week on each subject and understand it all and not have to do any more, or you could spend 20 hours a week on each and still not understand.
    It's not up to us to tell you if it's "enough" or not. It's for you to decide.
 
 
 
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