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    So I started year 12 on the 6th of September and I've been revising everyday till now doing light revision so about 4-5hours a day, so this monday which is the 3rd of October I'm going to proper start reviison, i was wondering is this considered early in the year like am i still considered to be in the beginning of year 12. ive been in school for less than a month
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    Its fine it depends on you tbh, if it works then go ahead. I have been doing revision and pre reading from the start, and thats what A2 students recommend . Helps in lessons aswell
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    (Original post by SuperHuman98)
    Its fine it depends on you tbh, if it works then go ahead. I have been doing revision and pre reading from the start, and thats what A2 students recommend . Helps in lessons aswell
    Long hours are not the best yo should have breaks in between and do your revision in short bursts and trust me when I tell you pre reading for your next lesson helps an awful lot. Your well on the way to getting good grades if you do 4-5 hours a day all I recommend is consistency keeping this up though the sunny and rainy days of A levels.

    What courses do you do?
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    (Original post by harun_farah)
    Long hours are not the best yo should have breaks in between and do your revision in short bursts and trust me when I tell you pre reading for your next lesson helps an awful lot. Your well on the way to getting good grades if you do 4-5 hours a day all I recommend is consistency keeping this up though the sunny and rainy days of A levels.

    What courses do you do?
    I don't consistently do 4-5 hours on weekdays, I just get what I need done which is usually 3-6 hours xD. I do have breaks aswell, my revision is mostly homework/pre reading then on the weekends I consolidate my work and do homework.

    I do Geography History Politics and English
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    how is light revision 4/5 hours a day??????
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    tbh i am a *****y student who only revises the day before exams maybe thats why it seems so much

    you're fine doing what you're doing now - you haven't got a lot of content to stay on top of, don't worry about it
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    (Original post by SuperHuman98)
    I don't consistently do 4-5 hours on weekdays, I just get what I need done which is usually 3-6 hours xD. I do have breaks aswell, my revision is mostly homework/pre reading then on the weekends I consolidate my work and do homework.

    I do Geography History Politics and English
    That's basically what I do using a few free periods here and there to make effective notes on all the contnent learn.
    I do psychology accounting and computer science.
    considering taking either computer science or accounting and finance in university. hbu?? Also I hope to get psychology changes to economics by Friday.
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    (Original post by harun_farah)
    That's basically what I do using a few free periods here and there to make effective notes on all the contnent learn.
    I do psychology accounting and computer science.
    considering taking either computer science or accounting and finance in university. hbu?? Also I hope to get psychology changes to economics by Friday.
    im not sure what I want to do at uni yet
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    4-5 hours a day is 'light' revision? well **** me...
 
 
 
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