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    If you no doctah, you no Asian.
    Are you joking? I'm Asian but I don't want to be a doctor...
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    Sunday 18th February 2018
    Not updated for a while even though I'm meant to update daily oops! On Friday I did 4 hours of revision using the Pomodoro technique I did more chem revision as I'm still making AS notes Saturday I did nothing- I got up late and then went to work in the afternoon! I came back in the evening, decided I wanted to do work but watched TV instead. Felt a bit guilty because I have so much to do! But I think I do deserve a break sometimes!

    Today I did 3.5 hours revision. Did yet more chem revision... and I did C4 Integration revision! Then, I made some econ notes on income wealth and redistribution. Integration is pretty easy tbh but my problem is that I can never remember the rules for standard integrals I REALLY need to learn them ASAP. Also, I'm resitting S1 but haven't even looked over my notes yet but luckily I kept them from last year! I keep forgetting I'm doing it because I don't have any lessons...

    And I got my exam timetable a few days ago turns out all my chem and econ exams clash so I'm gonna have to have 3 full days of exams, and on top of that I'll be stuck with invigilators all day Basically all my exams are in June- I have FP1 on the 14th May and the rest are in June. Counting down the days until the 25th June when I finish

    I've decided I'm going to do at least 30.5 hours of revision a week from now on, with mocks coming up and I need to get a move on anyway. I have no idea if that's a lot but luckily I have Monday's off so basically have the entire day to revise!

    Hope everybody had a great (and hopefully productive) half term!

    My inspirational quote for today is:
    "Always do what you are afraid to do"- Ralph Waldo Emerson

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    Sunday 18th February 2018
    Not updated for a while even though I'm meant to update daily oops! On Friday I did 4 hours of revision using the Pomodoro technique I did more chem revision as I'm still making AS notes Saturday I did nothing- I got up late and then went to work in the afternoon! I came back in the evening, decided I wanted to do work but watched TV instead. Felt a bit guilty because I have so much to do! But I think I do deserve a break sometimes!

    Today I did 3.5 hours revision. Did yet more chem revision... and I did C4 Integration revision! Then, I made some econ notes on income wealth and redistribution. Integration is pretty easy tbh but my problem is that I can never remember the rules for standard integrals I REALLY need to learn them ASAP. Also, I'm resitting S1 but haven't even looked over my notes yet but luckily I kept them from last year! I keep forgetting I'm doing it because I don't have any lessons...

    And I got my exam timetable a few days ago turns out all my chem and econ exams clash so I'm gonna have to have 3 full days of exams, and on top of that I'll be stuck with invigilators all day Basically all my exams are in June- I have FP1 on the 14th May and the rest are in June. Counting down the days until the 25th June when I finish

    I've decided I'm going to do at least 30.5 hours of revision a week from now on, with mocks coming up and I need to get a move on anyway. I have no idea if that's a lot but luckily I have Monday's off so basically have the entire day to revise!

    Hope everybody had a great (and hopefully productive) half term!

    My inspirational quote for today is:
    "Always do what you are afraid to do"- Ralph Waldo Emerson

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    You had a good and productive day!
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    Sunday 18th February 2018
    Not updated for a while even though I'm meant to update daily oops! On Friday I did 4 hours of revision using the Pomodoro technique I did more chem revision as I'm still making AS notes Saturday I did nothing- I got up late and then went to work in the afternoon! I came back in the evening, decided I wanted to do work but watched TV instead. Felt a bit guilty because I have so much to do! But I think I do deserve a break sometimes!

    Today I did 3.5 hours revision. Did yet more chem revision... and I did C4 Integration revision! Then, I made some econ notes on income wealth and redistribution. Integration is pretty easy tbh but my problem is that I can never remember the rules for standard integrals I REALLY need to learn them ASAP. Also, I'm resitting S1 but haven't even looked over my notes yet but luckily I kept them from last year! I keep forgetting I'm doing it because I don't have any lessons...

    And I got my exam timetable a few days ago turns out all my chem and econ exams clash so I'm gonna have to have 3 full days of exams, and on top of that I'll be stuck with invigilators all day Basically all my exams are in June- I have FP1 on the 14th May and the rest are in June. Counting down the days until the 25th June when I finish

    I've decided I'm going to do at least 30.5 hours of revision a week from now on, with mocks coming up and I need to get a move on anyway. I have no idea if that's a lot but luckily I have Monday's off so basically have the entire day to revise!

    Hope everybody had a great (and hopefully productive) half term!

    My inspirational quote for today is:
    "Always do what you are afraid to do"- Ralph Waldo Emerson

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    Jesus Christ, 30.5 hours a week? I should start doing the same.
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    Jesus Christ, 30.5 hours a week? I should start doing the same.
    Well I'm only just starting from today (after slacking off for ages!) How much do you plan to do?
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    You had a good and productive day!
    Yeah I did! Did you have a productive week?
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    probably around 20 to start
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    (Original post by ChrollosLucifer)
    probably around 20 to start
    That's still a lot! I read somwhere you should spend at least 28 hours per week revising for a level... What subjects do you do?
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    Biology, chemistry and physics.
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    (Original post by ChrollosLucifer)
    Biology, chemistry and physics.
    Omg how do you deal with doing 3 sciences?! You must be so clever I can barely handle chem!
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    Yeah I did! Did you have a productive week?
    Unfortunately no. Lots of procrastination but that won’t happen anymore
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    Physics isn't very theory oriented and a lot of it is common sense + calculations. Biology is alright if you memorise mark schemes and chemistry is mostly calculations too.
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    Unfortunately no. Lots of procrastination but that won’t happen anymore
    Good to hear! When do you plan to start revising?
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    (Original post by ChrollosLucifer)
    Physics isn't very theory oriented and a lot of it is common sense + calculations. Biology is alright if you memorise mark schemes and chemistry is mostly calculations too.
    What would you like to do after A levels?
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    + maths is a lot harder than all of them so I commend you for doing FM.
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    (Original post by sunshine774)
    Good to hear! When do you plan to start revising?
    Today because I have mocks in 2 weeks.
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    (Original post by ChrollosLucifer)
    + maths is a lot harder than all of them so I commend you for doing FM.
    Well I think maths is easier.. And I'm only doing AS FM which is fine! Are you in the first or second year?
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    (Original post by Black Water)
    Today because I have mocks in 2 weeks.
    Best of luck! Are you back at sixth form today? My mocks are in 4 weeks!
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    (Original post by sunshine774)
    Best of luck! Are you back at sixth form today? My mocks are in 4 weeks!
    Thanks and yeah we’re back today. You’re lucky.
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