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Business is easy no need to be cocky, I feel like I could get a 9 even If I get 65 in theme 2 cause I did so well in theme 1.
How does that make you cocky thou? I didn't know stating facts was been cocky
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LOL, probably thought you work out for 6 hours a day.
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why is this in the fitness forum??????????????????????????? ???????????????????????????????? ???????????????????????????????? ???????????????????????????????? ???????????????????????????????? ???????????????????????
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basically the question, cause i see people on tsr doing 15 and i cant even do 6 without wanting to kms
Who the f*ck does 15
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Honestly your methods fine since you're consistently testing yourself. As I said some people spend 15hours reading from a book as their revision, which is going to do literally nothing for learning the entire subject unless you've got an insane memory. Active recall is definitely the preferred method.
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Yeah but it's TSR, you can appear cocky to someone somewhere in the world
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How does that make you cocky thou? I didn't know stating facts was been cocky
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The amount of hours u do is no measure of your productivity. Someone can do 10 hours of studying and still accomplish what someone does in 3 hours. Be efficient with ur time, don’t watch the clock.
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Yeah but it's TSR, you can appear cocky to someone somewhere in the world
Fair enough
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6 is way too much, you arent revising efficiently
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ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh sorry if i sounded cocky! i didnt do so well in theme in the year 10 so it felt pretty good lol
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Business is easy no need to be cocky, I feel like I could get a 9 even If I get 65 in theme 2 cause I did so well in theme 1.
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thats what i do for revision just read from a book
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Honestly your methods fine since you're consistently testing yourself. As I said some people spend 15hours reading from a book as their revision, which is going to do literally nothing for learning the entire subject unless you've got an insane memory. Active recall is definitely the preferred method.
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lmao never worked out in my life
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LOL, probably thought you work out for 6 hours a day.
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Looks like I'm the only one on TSR who's not aiming for a single 9 lol
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i do 2 hours and an hours break, what should I do?
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6 is way too much, you arent revising efficiently
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LOL, same. I mean I do occasionally, then I'm like 'OKAY, FINITO'.
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lmao never worked out in my life
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I do 6 hours a day and I'm doing my a levels, I couldn't do more
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vfg1oz5JAfk study tubers make me want to die
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Who the f*ck does 15
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It's about the quality of revision not the amount of hours you put in.

I wrote up a HIVE article a week and a half ago for people who leave revision to last minute and there's a section in there about working efficiently: Tips for Last Minute Revision.
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i do 2 hours and an hours break, what should I do?
research revision tips on youtube, revision cards, the leitner system etc. gcses are not hard enough to need to revise 6 hours a day, with 2 hours a day you can get 9s. so either you are not revising correctly, or you dont care enough to retain the information
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LOL, same. I mean I do occasionally, then I'm like 'OKAY, FINITO'.
last time i did excersize was walk across my room to get my tv remote lol
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6 hours a day sounds like more than enough. Use the time wisely though and work smart and hard
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