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    3 hours a day for Maths, so thats 15 hours a week
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    If you're meeting your target grade, or if you are over it, then you're doing enough and you should continue as you are. If not, you aren't, and its time to do some more.

    I'd say it's that simple.
    Yeah that's fair enough actually! I just worry that my test grades aren't accurately reflecting how I'm doing. Thank you!
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    Not enough. Sob.

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