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    Greetings there,

    I am getting paranoid about the number of hours I work on weekdays and weekends; I typically spend about 1-2 1/2 hours on weekdays and 2-5 hours on weekends and as A-levels examinations are fast approaching I am not sure if this is enough so I am just wondering how many hours you are currently doing on weekdays and weekends?

    Also does this number increase/decrease when the holidays kick in?

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    Gotta have 3 hours on weekdays and 5 hours on weekends tho still bro
    Cos the Grind Don't Stop G

    Holidays mean more revision and dat... come onnnnn
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    (Original post by Lord Nutter)
    Greetings there,

    I am getting paranoid about the number of hours I work on weekdays and weekends; I typically spend about 1-2 1/2 hours on weekdays and 2-5 hours on weekends and as A-levels examinations are fast approaching I am not sure if this is enough so I am just wondering how many hours you are currently doing on weekdays and weekends?

    Also does this number increase/decrease when the holidays kick in?

    Cheers
    Weekdays (presuming you’re in college) that seems about right - I personally couldn’t do anymore because I’d become too over whelmed after a busy day.
    Weekends - at least 2 hours (minimum) I used to do 5 hours on and off throughout Saturday and Sunday (and on days off college), Friday I took as my day off
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    (Original post by Boss_Rhythm)
    Gotta have 3 hours on weekdays and 5 hours on weekends tho still bro
    Cos the Grind Don't Stop G

    Holidays mean more revision and dat... come onnnnn
    Aye, I agree

    I am in need of pushing myself further so I guess 3 hours on weekdays shouldn't be too much of a push?
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    Monday to Thursday, I do work for 2-4 hours. (3 hours standard)
    Friday: Day off, Honestly I cba doing work after the Gym.
    Saturday: 4-6 Hours
    Sunday: 5-7 Hours
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    (Original post by Lily048)
    Weekdays (presuming you’re in college) that seems about right - I personally couldn’t do anymore because I’d become too over whelmed after a busy day.
    Weekends - at least 2 hours (minimum) I used to do 5 hours on and off throughout Saturday and Sunday (and on days off college), Friday I took as my day off
    That's good to know, burning out is a little issue not that big but still I would have to push it if I need of dem grades tho.
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    (Original post by Lord Nutter)
    Aye, I agree

    I am in need of pushing myself further so I guess 3 hours on weekdays shouldn't be too much of a push?
    Yeah, it's not a large push trust me
    But some days when you are knackered just pat yourself on the back and take a break yuno
    Cos the grind ain't stopping, it's just taking a break, and that's okay
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    (Original post by Bulletzone)
    Monday to Thursday, I do work for 2-4 hours. (3 hours standard)
    Friday: Day off, Honestly I cba doing work after the Gym.
    Saturday: 4-6 Hours
    Sunday: 5-7 Hours
    I'm guessing you gym only on Fridays then?
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    (Original post by Lord Nutter)
    That's good to know, burning out is a little issue not that big but still I would have to push it if I need of dem grades tho.
    If you are burning out don’t be afraid to have a designated day off (like mine was Friday), helps split the week up a bit and actually creates a weekend feeling rather than dread haha
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    (Original post by Lily048)
    If you are burning out don’t be afraid to have a designated day off (like mine was Friday), helps split the week up a bit and actually creates a weekend feeling rather than dread haha
    funny you say that actually as I originally had that day off but as pressure was building I started working on that day too. Probably would be best to take it off again just to have a breather yanno!
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    (Original post by Lord Nutter)
    I'm guessing you gym only on Fridays then?
    Thursday, Friday and Saturday

    I go on Thursday at like 1:30pm because I have free periods for the rest of the day.
    I go on Friday at 4:00pm to 5:30pm and by the time I get home, Have a shower and eat it's like 8:30pm so If I have any sort of Energy, I'll slip in a cheeky maths past paper.
    I go on Saturday at 1:30pm and Aim to be back for 5 then I work from 18:30 to 00:30 (with breaks)
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    (Original post by Lord Nutter)
    funny you say that actually as I originally had that day off but as pressure was building I started working on that day too. Probably would be best to take it off again just to have a breather yanno!
    Don’t let the pressure get to you so much that you start adding hours on that you can’t comprehend, you’ll only get a mental block and get frustrated with yourself, trust me everyone needs a day off!
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