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    How much free time do you have in a day?
    25 hours a day.
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    revise an hour or so a day weekdays, after homework. Have about 3 hours an evening free. (I dont get home until about 5 most days)
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      I usually revise for at least an hour every school day. On a productive day it can be 3/4, but average is about 1 and a half hours. At the weekend I like to do 4 hours on a Saturday and maybe more on a Sunday, depending on how motivated I am. I have a lot of free time as I use my free period so (all of them) to work, and never revise at night. So I make night plans instead of day ones so that at the weekend I can revise properly.
     
     
     
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