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I'm sitting 5 highers (Maths, english, chemistry, human biology and music) in May and I'm planning out a study schedule. How many hours per week should I do per subject? I have about 12 weeks till my first exam.
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I'm sitting 5 highers (Maths, english, chemistry, human biology and music) in May and I'm planning out a study schedule. How many hours per week should I do per subject? I have about 12 weeks till my first exam.
Honestly, it entirely depends on how easily YOU can understand and apply the knowledge, how much you enjoy the subject, etc. I don't think setting a certain amount of hours per week is helpful (for me at least) cause I tend to be less productive than actually setting a goal and attempting to finish it. Hopefully, this is helpful for you but do keep in mind that some people need to spend longer or harder studying to get the same results as someone else!
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