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    How many hours a week should I revise for, before study leave?
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    As much as you can take.
    A lot of people do 3 hours a day, 8 hours on weekend.
    I personally do 3 hours a day as I procrastinate like I am doing right now and so usually only day 3 hours anyways. Plus it ****s me up sitting at this desk all day
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    As much as you can take.
    A lot of people do 3 hours a day, 8 hours on weekend.
    I personally do 3 hours a day as I procrastinate like I am doing right now and so usually only day 3 hours anyways. Plus it ****s me up sitting at this desk all day
    Yeah, I was thinking of doing 3 hours a day with about 8 or 10 hours on weekend, but I didn't know if that was too much or too little. I know I Procrastinate so much which is what I'm doing right now too! Thanks
 
 
 

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