I have just started AS at sixth form and ready to take on my A-Levels for the next two years which are: Maths, Economics and History.
However one thing which is bothering me is that I don't know how many hours I should be putting into each subject outside of school for studying. I ask teachers at school but they all give different responses which is quite confusing, as you can imagine. Hence I am asking TSR, as to how many study hours shall I put into each of my 3 A-Levels per week to achieve 2A Stars and an A?
At GCSE I was a straight A student. Getting 4 A* and A's the rest of my GCSE's. I wouldn't do much revision then (2 hours a night when it came to exam time) but right now A-Levels are seeming pretty hard straight off the bat (mainly maths).
So please recommend me an amount of hours to spend studying outside of school to get my grades for A-Level. Thanks!
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