A-Level Revision Watch

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Hey, just wanna know how much people revise for A-Levels. I revised very hard for GCSE`S and only achieved 5 As and 5 Bs and 1 C.

I studied everyday for more than 2 hours, dont know how much revision I should be doing for A-Levels.
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I'm not doing A-Levels but I tend to follow this advice, which is meant to ensure that you need barely no revision by the time exams come up if you start doing this from day one. The information is almost permanently stored in long-term memory.
  • 1 day after learning the new information
  • 3 days after the first review
  • 7 days after the second review
  • 21 days after the third review
  • 30 days after the fourth review
  • 45 days after the fifth review
  • 60 days after the sixth review
So far it's working for me, but I've only just started, so I'll see how much info I retain after a while.

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