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Was wondering how it differs between different schools.
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7 lesson slots on Monday and Tuesday, 4 on Wednesday, 6 on Thursday and Friday.
6 lessons a week per subject, unless you do further maths in which case that's 10 lessons.
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7 lesson slots on Monday and Tuesday, 4 on Wednesday, 6 on Thursday and Friday.
6 lessons a week per subject, unless you do further maths in which case that's 10 lessons.
You do 5 subjects?
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You do 5 subjects?
No that's just the length of the days. When I don't have lessons I have free periods
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We had a 5-3-2 system which means 5 hours of lesson per subject, 3 hours of private study per subject and 2 hours of homework per subject every week. However in Year 13, we had intervention lessons and extra lessons in general in preparation for our A-Levels. I did history, economics and sociology A-Level btw.
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(Original post by TheNamesBond.)
Was wondering how it differs between different schools.
5 lesson slots. 6 on a friday.
2 lessons on Mon-Tue-Wed
4 lessons on Thursday
3 on a Friday.
So 4 lessons each week for each subject + a lesson for form. But that's just my Timetable, everyone's is different.
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No lessons on Monday; 2 on Tuesday, 3 on Wednesday, full 6 periods on Thursday and Friday. It's pretty chill though the only negative being I have form time everyday at 11:00.
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We get five hours a week of tuition per subject, plus an hour of form time once a week.
For me it's
Monday: 1 hour maths, 1 hour form, 2 hours further maths (4 hours)
Tuesday: 2 hours further maths, 2 hours chemistry (4 hours)
Wednesday: 2 hours maths (2 hours)
Thursday: 1 hour further maths, 2 hours chemistry (3 hours)
Friday: 1 hour chemistry, 2 hours maths (3 hours)
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Think I used to have 16 periods of lessons per week and 4 frees. (usually 4 days of 3 lessons, 1 free and a day of all 4 lessons) Periods were like 1 hour 10 or 15. This is with 4 A-levels.
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For each subject we had 2 doubles ( 1 hour 10 minutes) and 1 triple (1 hour 45 minutes) The rest were frees.If you don't have a lesson after 1pm you could go home.
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(Original post by VcVL)
No lessons on Monday; 2 on Tuesday, 3 on Wednesday, full 6 periods on Thursday and Friday. It's pretty chill though the only negative being I have form time everyday at 11:00.
Form in my school is at 8:30 and you have to be there even if you only have one lesson at the end of the day
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25 periods in a week (1 hour each )
15 hours worth of lessons ( 3 x 5 hours )
10 free periods
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