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    i feel like ive asked this before and if i have ive forgotten the answer and i apologise.

    So my chemistry and physics grades are plummeting (im in second year btw so this isnt normal!)
    i was wondering how long do other science studying students take revising each day? also what time do you stop?
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    (Original post by Toasticide)
    i feel like ive asked this before and if i have ive forgotten the answer and i apologise.

    So my chemistry and physics grades are plummeting (im in second year btw so this isnt normal!)
    i was wondering how long do other science studying students take revising each day? also what time do you stop?
    About 3/4 hours a day when doing biology and chemistry
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    I don't think its necessary to revise for hours upon hours every single day. I find it helpful to just look over what I've done during the week on a weekend and if I think that I'm slacking in a topic/subject then I do questions on those (after looking through the notes for the topic), but you have to be honest with yourself so none of this "oh I would've got it right" because you didn't &wouldn't in reality.

    If your school gives you a date for a test make sure you know whats coming up topic-wise and go through markschemes so you know how to structure your answers. I do Chem&Phys and a lot of marks comes from just knowing keywords and basic sentences that appear in most markschemes.
 
 
 
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