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how many hours do YOU revise a day?

how many days do YOU revise a week?
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2/3 hours outside of school every day except Saturday but whenever I have free periods in school I revise so i end up doing 8 hours of work a day including lessons
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2/3 hours outside of school every day except Saturday but whenever I have free periods in school I revise so i end up doing 8 hours of work a day including lessons
wow
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wow
what aha
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what aha
5 hours a weekday inc homework
Minimum 7 a weekends.
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what aha
5 hours a weekday inc homework
Minimum 7 on a weekend day inc Sunday.
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10 hours everyday - but that is cus i effed up last year
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Most days. I aim for at least an hour a day. But it's more likely I'll do 2-3hrs on some days and only 30 mins on others. I go where my energy is. Some days I'm really engrossed in the work and enjoy it and can pound out several hours no problem. So on days I don't feel like it (usually college days) I don't feel so bad slacking off a bit. I trust I'll make it up another day.
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5 hours a weekday inc homework
Minimum 7 on a weekend day inc Sunday.
5 hours after colleague / school time ?


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10 hours everyday - but that is cus i effed up last year
Including school / colleague ?


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Including school / colleague ?


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Course but i only go lessons 2 hours a day on average; I have always been an autodidact so I do not attend anything I can self teach.
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5 hours after colleague / school time ?


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thats excluding college
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Usually 3 hours a day excluding time at school.
But after procrastination, that boils down to a good 1 and a half hours tbh. :bebored:
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10 hours everyday - but that is cus i effed up last year
What a valuable life lesson.
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I do not revise.

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I guarantee you that, when it comes to revising, quality is far more important than quantity.

E.g. If you spent 10hrs working through 10000 quadratic equations, and you already were pretty good at solving them, you will have learnt next to nothing. You wouldn't have (at all) boosted your chances of getting a better grade in your maths exam.

It's far more important to work on what you struggle with. Sure, it might not be fun to work through difficult concepts - but I guarantee you'll learn more doing so. This idea is at the heart of something called "Deliberate Practice".

If you want to read more about how it could help you prepare for an exam, I recently wrote an article about it:

https://themathsproject.co.uk/how-to...-a-maths-exam/

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What a valuable life lesson.
I am not happy about my failures but I am happy that I have made them
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I am not happy about my failures but I am happy that I have made them
Yep, sometimes we must lose in order to gain and fail in order to learn.

Take that pain and turn it into wisdom.
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Yep, sometimes we must lose in order to gain and fail in order to learn.

Take that pain and turn it into wisdom.
That is poster worthy :thumbsup:
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Bruh guess i'll be the first n say 0 kill me
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