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Hey I'm 17 and self teaching A level Maths, Chemistry, Accounting how many hours should I be studying per week for each subject. I want to apply for Chemistry this September and I'm a bit behind so I'm working slightly more in Chemistry rn I find maths the most difficult
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if your behind then about 8 hours a week for each subject
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if your behind then about 8 hours a week for each subject
Is that it? I was thinking 2.5 hours a day for each subject around 16 to 18 hours per week for each subject
This includes watching videos and lessons on youtube, making notes and brainstorming, revising and completing tests
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At my sixth form we have 5 hours of class for each subject a week and then they recommend spending about 4 hours studying outside of college on each subject a week. so 9 hours a week should be plenty
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16 to 18 hours per week for each subject is way too much. You will burn out. Sometimes less is more
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16 to 18 hours per week for each subject is way too much. You will burn out. Sometimes less is more
How can less be more, can you elaborate?
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At my sixth form we have 5 hours of class for each subject a week and then they recommend spending about 4 hours studying outside of college on each subject a week. so 9 hours a week should be plenty
I currently do 16 hours cus I'm behind and I find the more I do the better I do in the exam

Also bare in mind I don't have access to all the resources a teacher or even a student may have at sixth form, I use my textbooks, watch YouTube videos on my smart tv, do exam questions, use websites which have questions based on the topics and there's a few apps I use on my phone or tablet
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