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I'm currently in year 12 doing AS Physics and Chemistry and AS and A2 maths. I've been doing small amounts of revision like making my notes and practicing questions throughout the year but i'm unsure how to start proper exam season revision.
I'm aiming for an A in maths and physics and a B in chemistry.
I know its quality over quantity but as a rough guide, how many hours of revision do people recommend doing a day roughly?
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As much as you can take without overworking yourself and still allowing yourself to have breaks and days off. In the end it’s year 12 so u don’t need to be doing as intense revision as you would in year 13. Deffo do not put to much pressure on yourself now, I wouldn’t suggest doing intense revision, just making notes/revision resources to use later would be good x
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