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i’m currently in year eleven and i’ve created a revision plan. the subjects I take are higher maths(AQA) , english AQA, higher combined science trilogy AQA, history (edexcel) and french(AQA). my timetable sets two hours for each subject per week, so that’s ten hours in total. however i’m not entirely sure on what to revise as it is the beginning of the year. However, I want to get as much done now because I really want grade 8s and 9s in order to study some difficult a levels. could anyone give me some advice on how much revision is should do, and what subjects I should prioritise? is it okay to only revise two hours a week for each subject on only one day?
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Revise and consolidate the things you already learn so you have an amazing foundation so you don’t have to focus/worry on them so much later on. You should revise two hours a day tbh and spread out your subjects in a week. It’s much better being constantly revise than doing it all in one day
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Begin to make mind maps on topics you’re learning in classes too

Make sure you add a tonrvlkcm for homework assignments too!
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*time block

Apologises, editing doesn’t want to work annoyingly.
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