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    Can I pass A level with no revision?
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    It depends on how good you are at your subjects, most people I know who do AS are doing about an hour of revision a day but I'm doing more like 2
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    (Original post by harry998)
    It depends on how good you are at your subjects, most people I know who do AS are doing about an hour of revision a day but I'm doing more like 2
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    (Original post by WittyOG)
    I believe I'm at A in Media, B in English, B in Psychology and C in Computing.
    Aiming for about AABB. Would 1 hour a day starting now achieve me this?
    Thanks for the response.
    1 hour a day may not be enough at this stage, I would recommend maybe 1 1/2 hours during the holidays. But like I said different people revise in different ways and quantities, but I would defiantly start revising now if you haven't already.
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    I'm doing the three sciences and maths, I try to do around 4 hours a day. But, I have friends doing around 2 hours a day and some doing about 8.
    I'd say aim for around four. I can manage this and I volunteer, going out with friends/family most days, read and have an hour - two run each day.
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    Thing is for different subjects you'll need to do different amounts of revision, I do media, ICT, English Language and History and for example media won't require as much revision as biology or maths so you have to revise until your'e happy with how much you've done. I would recommend doing maybe an hour in the morning (8-9/9-10) and then an hour in the evening and half an hour before bed to ensure that you've revised lots but you still have a social life and you can go out. I know it can be stressful but it will be so worth it on results day when you get good grades and you can relax!
 
 
 

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