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    how many hours should i study a day to get at least 3As at AS
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    you're not going to just get 3As from just "studying". It depends on studying effectively. That varies from individual.
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    It's hard to put a number on but like the above poster said it's how you do it as much as how long you do it for.

    Just reading notes for 6 hours a day is not going to be anywhere near as helpful as doing a few past papers and some flash cards.

    In my AS Levels (I did 4 - biology, chemistry, psychology and religious studies and got 4 A grades) I believe at the start of the year I made a mindmap or two a day on a topic from any of my courses and would try to make a set of flash cards per day. Closer to the end of the year I was doing two sets of flash cards per day and aimed to do a past paper per day or grab a bunch of questions from a certain topic I struggled with and did them. I always had a break on Friday however where I did little to no revision after college.

    You have to find what works for you but that's how I did it. Good luck and hope I helped.
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    My school recommends 6 hours per subject per week but there's no point doing that if you just read through your notes
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    One hour at home for every hour you do in college is the minimum. But you must get the most out of the studying and not just read notes
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