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    Is it too late to revise now?
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    No because I've been putting off revising the whole day and I'm gonna 30 minutes of revision in now and so are you
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    (Original post by idrc)
    No because I've been putting off revising the whole day and I'm gonna 30 minutes of revision in now and so are you
    Yeah same, okay lets go.
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    (Original post by liv7535)
    Is it too late to revise now?
    It’s never too late to revise at anytime and if you feel awake and able I say go for it - HOWEVER, don’t make it a habit to revise late in the day/night, getting sleep will fair you a lot better in the long run
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    No not at all. I remember being at your stage and asking the exact same questions. It;s never too late to turn it around. For my AS exams i revised the noght before and ended up with ABB, for A levels I didnt work hard at all and did not revise and ended up with BDF. That was only because i put zero effort in but you totally still have time right now! Depends how well you want to do but I'd start revising now
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    Haha, i'm revising currently but that's because I was at my baby cousins birthday party. Ah sometimes I cherish the student life. Most times I dont but hey ho.
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    Depends on you as a person. When do you work best? I personally am a night owl and work much more effectively in the wee hours. The only important thing is to try to keep a routine, though, otherwise your body gets all out of wack and you're no use for anything. If you burn the midnight oil, make sure you're able to give yourself enough sleep and stick to a cycle.
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    (Original post by liv7535)
    Is it too late to revise now?
    just out of curiosity how many hours did you spend revising today and how many hours do you normally spend revising on non-college days
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    (Original post by Lord Nutter)
    just out of curiosity how many hours did you spend revising today and how many hours do you normally spend revising on non-college days
    Literally just finished my mocks on Friday and felt like taking a break but now i feel i should at least do a little bit of the small amount of time left in this day
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    (Original post by liv7535)
    Literally just finished my mocks on Friday and felt like taking a break but now i feel i should at least do a little bit of the small amount of time left in this day
    done I barely did anything but oh well
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    (Original post by liv7535)
    Is it too late to revise now?
    If you're completely awake, motivated, and feel like you can concentrate then no it's not too late. If you have certain responsibilities to carry out early tomorrow that are deemed important, or have to wake up early for whatever reason, then yes it's too late.
 
 
 
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