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    I’ve just started a levels and it’s so much harder, I’m worried I’m going to spend too much time relaxing. Has anyone got any tips on how to manage the work and how much extra work you really need to do? Thankyou for the help
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    I like relaxing more than studying. That's why I do the homework given the day I get it or at least the end of the next day because in a levels leaving things till last minute whether it's homework, assignments, coursework or revision it'll so make life more difficult than it already is. also when u go home do flashcards on what you learnt that day so when you have exams you can look through them and not have to worry about making them wasting your revision time.
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    I'm in a similar situation but have recently been doing this. I'm assuming you have free periods during the day. Maybe you could assign each free period a subject that your going to work on to balance out the work and do a majority of your homework at home. This way you'll get the most out of your free periods because you will of stuck to a routine similar to what you would of had during year 11.
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