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    Hello lads,

    Now as you may see, I'm stuck with a bit of a dilemma. I’m doing 4 A levels and have to revise a ton. I have the choice of doing 3/4 hours on each topic every day, or focus on 2/3 subjects a day but do double the work on the subjects. Which one do you think is more productive and efficient. I need to revise the entire course in 3 weeks which I’ve done before but, this time, I need the revision to be more efficient.
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    Hello lads,

    Now as you may see, I'm stuck with a bit of a dilemma. I’m doing 4 A levels and have to revise a ton. I have the choice of doing 3/4 hours on each topic every day, or focus on 2/3 subjects a day but do double the work on the subjects. Which one do you think is more productive and efficient. I need to revise the entire course in 3 weeks which I’ve done before but, this time, I need the revision to be more efficient.
    Maybe learn a topic, learn it well and come back to it a couple of days later? Personally I would do a subject a day because then I could link between topics when recalling information. It depends how you learn best I guess... Sorry I couldn't be more helpful.
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    I would suggest the first option, its better to do revision in small chunks

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