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Hi, which option is most commonly prefered. Revising one subject a day or breaking all subjects into small chunks and revising it every day? Yr 13 student
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Hey!

I'm Charlie, one of the Lancaster University student ambassadors. I'm currently in my 2nd year of a degree in Finance & Economics.

I studied Economics, Maths and Biology at A Level and personally I found it really helpful to make a study schedule. One way is to work out how many hours you want to spend revising each day, making sure to allow time for socialising and having some down time, and then schedule when you are going to revise. You could also divide each day into 2 parts, morning and afternoon, then allocate on subject to each half day. Making lists of all the content you need to cover and ticking it off once you feel comfortable with it is another way to keep track of your progress!

GOOD LUCK!

Charlie
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Hey!

I'm Charlie, one of the Lancaster University student ambassadors. I'm currently in my 2nd year of a degree in Finance & Economics.

I studied Economics, Maths and Biology at A Level and personally I found it really helpful to make a study schedule. One way is to work out how many hours you want to spend revising each day, making sure to allow time for socialising and having some down time, and then schedule when you are going to revise. You could also divide each day into 2 parts, morning and afternoon, then allocate on subject to each half day. Making lists of all the content you need to cover and ticking it off once you feel comfortable with it is another way to keep track of your progress!

GOOD LUCK!

Charlie
thanks, charlie for taking your time. really helpful
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