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    I'm being quite productive myself, doing 6 hours roughly per day (where I just review the content already covered, learn ahead of my class, and practice applying maths knowledge to questions). I'm doing maths, further maths, physics and chemistry.

    Disclaimer: If you're not doing any, you're fine. I just like to learn ahead of my classes.
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    I'm just doing HW.
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    Maybe 4 hours per day, but it is mainly homework
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    I spend 3 hrs every day reading ahead or going over what I have previously learned. I also tend to rewrite my notes to make it look neat while adding extra information. I'm doing Biology, Chemistry and Maths.
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    (Original post by ChairTyson)
    Maybe 4 hours per day, but it is mainly homework
    (Original post by TheAlchemistress)
    I'm just doing HW.
    How much HW do you have? I've only got a couple of worksheets to fill in (won't take more than an hour each).
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    (Original post by RedGiant)
    How much HW do you have? I've only got a couple of worksheets to fill in (won't take more than an hour each).
    I've got a maths test, and a bit of physics hwk but not much.
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    (Original post by RedGiant)
    How much HW do you have? I've only got a couple of worksheets to fill in (won't take more than an hour each).
    A LOT!
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    Download the forest app, it’s a great way to track how much revision you are doing!
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    doing maths but idk if that qualifies as "stuying" because it's more of a hobby to me.

    otherwise I've been meaning to get ahead in physics but I haven't, I've been playing mw3 instead.
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    I'm in year 13 now, honestly just go over what you've done in class to ensure you understand it and do your homework. Do maybe an hour of practice questions a week too - don't burn yourself out in the first term of year 12.
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    10 hours p/day! just like GCSE, i've got tests coming up too! I know it sounds awry but it's just 7 until 5, so it's all good, also gives me a chance to get ahead.
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    I've kind of been neglecting revision this half term . That being said, I did do a couple hours of biology reading today and I did my maths homework the other day which took a while to do.
    I think I'll start actually revising tomorrow. I'm just too tired atm
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    (Original post by AryanGh)
    10 hours p/day! just like GCSE, i've got tests coming up too! I know it sounds awry but it's just 7 until 5, so it's all good, also gives me a chance to get ahead.
    I could have sworn your half term hasn't started

    I personally haven't been doing much :hide: I should be doing quite a bit since I have loads of homework, but I've done one piece so far. I think my free on Monday morning might have to be used...:oops: In my defense though, my grandparents are here so we're doing stuff all day and it's my birthday this week so I'm meeting friends. And I'm in a show so we have rehearsals. So it's not like I'm sitting playing games all day...
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    (Original post by Lemur14)
    I could have sworn your half term hasn't started

    I personally haven't been doing much :hide: I should be doing quite a bit since I have loads of homework, but I've done one piece so far. I think my free on Monday morning might have to be used...:oops: In my defense though, my grandparents are here so we're doing stuff all day and it's my birthday this week so I'm meeting friends. And I'm in a show so we have rehearsals. So it's not like I'm sitting playing games all day...
    f o r e s h a d o w i n g . . . . . . .

    what is free time? :iiam:
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    (Original post by Imogen1208)
    Download the forest app, it’s a great way to track how much revision you are doing!
    I love Forest! I use it all the time, and one week I logged 50 hours of revision🙈
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    Doing physics maths economics
    So far have done around 3 hours a day doing physics sheets of questions and redoing a practical planning to do rest of physics homework in the next 2 days then doing maths and economics homework
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    (Original post by Courtney19)
    I love Forest! I use it all the time, and one week I logged 50 hours of revision🙈
    Wow! I think the most I did was 44🙈 I loved buying all the new trees😂
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    (Original post by AryanGh)
    10 hours p/day! just like GCSE, i've got tests coming up too! I know it sounds awry but it's just 7 until 5, so it's all good, also gives me a chance to get ahead.
    You actually serious? You're in October year 12 and you're doing 10 hours a day?

    I don't think even typical year 13 student in April does that much...
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    (Original post by RedGiant)
    You actually serious? You're in October year 12 and you're doing 10 hours a day? That's what I was doing in Easter holidays of GCSE...
    I have an Asian father :^)

    Lol I do your exact subjects, it's not an equally distributed ratio lol

    it's like 4:4:2 between Phys, Chem, Maths (FM doesn't start yet)
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    (Original post by Imogen1208)
    Wow! I think the most I did was 44🙈 I loved buying all the new trees😂
    I was cramming for a biology mock all week😂 So do I, it’s a good incentive to actually revise😂
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