Chessenugget
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Hello all, I am studying maths, physics, biology and chemistry for a level.

I’m not sure how much work I should be doing, I complete my homework as soon as I get it, then do about an hour of extra revision outside of school per day.

Is this enough?
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probably not
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Personally I’d aim for a bit more. 3 hours of homework and revision Monday-Thursday nights and then 8 hours over the weekend is a good place to start.

When it comes to the month before mocks and exam periods, you want to increase this significantly so that most of your time is spent studying. 4 hours on weeknights and then 9 hours a day on weekends/holidays is a good target.
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I did not do any extra work outside of homework up until a few weeks before my exams.
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