How long do you study for a level sciences? Watch

MattClaw
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Hi there, i’m an a level student currently studying biology chemistry and history.
Was just intrigued as to how long others tend to spend studying specifically for these science subjects.
I usually do 5 hours on a weeknight, and go flat out at the weekend. I usually give myself one weeknight completely free and I also work 8 hours a week.
Intrigued as to what others are doing currently/have done and if they achieved what they wanted to.
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I'm doing A-Level physics second year and I'm doing two hours a weeknight and about 6-8 on the weekends. I also work through about half my free periods at school. This is putting me on track for an A but revision is always subjective person to person - for example I can do reasonably well with less revision as I have a bit of a photographic memory. Just be carful not to burn yourself out doing long hours all the time. You're better off doing small amounts more regularly.
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