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    to get good grades how many hours per day should i spend revising and how many days per week. my exams are in bout 4 months so do i have enough time to revise everything ???
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    to get good grades how many hours per day should i spend revising and how many days per week. my exams are in bout 4 months so do i have enough time to revise everything ???
    Cliched statement warning, but it's not about quantity, but quality.

    Yes, 4 months is enough time.

    You should spend some time (maybe up to an hour each day) revising what you learnt from school. This could be writing out key points, rereading class notes, practicing questions etc then moving on to another subject after 10 mins. See if this works for you then modify the total time if needed.

    Then on the weekends, do some more revision and see what your timetable should look like (or just a rough mental timetable..), see what works rather than trying to fit a number of hours before you try stuff. It's up to how much you achieve and get through to determine how many hours you should study, not the other way around, because ultimately it's not purely about time but what you achieve in that time. So try studying.. keep a note of the times.. and then make something from that
 
 
 
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