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    I do 17 hrs of self revision in the week, 8 hrs over the weekend, i have 3 tests every week on each subject, and 15 hrs of lesson time. I am doing Physics, Computer Science and History and i would like to get AAA.
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    "Can someone tell me how my own brain works?" is what you're asking. If you feel it's enough, great. If not, do more.
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    Much better than what I'm doing.

    Regular bursts with breaks will be most effective in retaining all that info. Make sure you're using that time not just looking at a textbook but vary it with different methods of study.

    Use rewards to motivate. You're doing great and well on the way to what you want to get :proud:
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    If you do that consistently, I'm sure you'll do well. Be sure not to burn out. Take breaks and the occasional day off! It is only January after all
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    I think it's enough 😁 They say a good method of how long you should spend is matching the amount of time working at home and the amount of lessons you have a week. So if you have 15 hours of lessons, the idea is that you should do 15 hours of homework/revision
    So I think what you're doing is fine- you don't want to burn yourself out just before the exams
 
 
 
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