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    How many hours per day are you planning on doing for reviewing the evidence for the shoah over the half term
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    I was planning on watching Denial so roughly 2 hours. Then maybe a few hours torturing historians.

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    Damn the first reply that answered it as "revision" was subsequently deleted!
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    Enough for me to be able to justify the Holocaust. You?
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    (Original post by arosobe)
    Damn the first reply that answered it as "revision" was subsequently deleted!
    The deleting made me sad. It was such a long post as well :lol:
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    Oh I deleted it. I made the same post elsewhere, so I removed it from here.

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    8 hours a day starting from tomorrow. I know it sounds like too much or whatever, but it's going to be divided into small intervals during the day. So I'm probably looking to do 2 hours in the morning, 3 hours in the afternoon, and 3 hours in the evening. I've concluded that with 72 hours I'll be able to fully go over C1 and C2 (excluding the first few chapters in C1 which would be a waste of time to go over). Looking to maybe do 10-12 hours on the weekends, gotta make the most of half term, only 96 days till AS exams start!
 
 
 
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