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    Hey,
    I was wondering how many hours I should do after school? I usually spend an hour on homework and about 1.5 hours just doing some revision.
    Is this enough? p.s I'm in year 11
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    (Original post by Kavin123)
    Hey,
    I was wondering how many hours I should do after school? I usually spend an hour on homework and about 1.5 hours just doing some revision.
    Is this enough? p.s I'm in year 11
    However may hours you feel is enough revision for you.
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    (Original post by Kavin123)
    Hey,
    I was wondering how many hours I should do after school? I usually spend an hour on homework and about 1.5 hours just doing some revision.
    Is this enough? p.s I'm in year 11
    If you want to prepare yourslef for the extensive work in Year 12, four hours.
    BUT MAKE THE MOST OF YOUR FREE TIME I SWEAR I AM DYING I have not even got time to go grab some food from my fridge.
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    At this point of the year, just spend as much time as it takes to do your homework and write up any notes from the lesson that day. Imo, 1.5 hours of revision so early in the year is unnecessary, but whatever suits you
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    (Original post by Kavin123)
    Hey,
    I was wondering how many hours I should do after school? I usually spend an hour on homework and about 1.5 hours just doing some revision.
    Is this enough? p.s I'm in year 11
    That is quite a lot, to be honest.
 
 
 
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