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    i know this is subjective (depends on the person, their subjects and their abilities) but how much are you studying for your a-levels as i know they're about to start (or already started for some)
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    i know this is subjective (depends on the person, their subjects and their abilities) but how much are you studying for your a-levels as i know they're about to start (or already started for some)
    When I did my A-Levels last year I spent the majority of my day revising typically one subject per day, focusing more on the subject that my next exam was on.
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    I did biology, chemistry and psychology. I did a study plan that I followed from the first day. I organised myself so that I would only have to do a couple of hours a day.(including time for homework and time for weekly revision by subject) I made summaries of all the topics as we went through them and I got organised on how often I had to look back on them. By June I was very confident that I had learnt all the information that I needed and that I had practiced enough (I completed all past-papers for biology and chemistry by Easter time). This means that I was not too stressed during exam period are only had to revise sparsely during June/July period. I think success at A-level is mostly a result of being organised in your learning and not so much the number of hours a day.
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