how many hours revision should i do per subject at as level

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struggling to put together revision plan as don't know how many hours we are supposed to do?

any advice appreciated :) 

Posted Mon 19th March, 2012 @ 13:20 by Charlotte Cooper

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I disagree completely with the answer above...sorry!

I believe the most clever approach to dealing with revision is making a revision timetable. But, make sure you stick to it! Depending on how much time you have each night; on a week-night you should aim to do 2 or 3 subjects, and on week-ends; around 3-4. Don't try to squeeze all your subjects into every night, because I know my brain takes a while to really get into a subject of revision.

Take breaks every so often and when you feel you need one, drink plenty of water, no distractions, revise well early on, eat a healthy diet and maintain good health, get 8 hours of sleep per night minimum and get plenty of excercise (at least 1 hour every day!).

If you follow all this you'll be sure to do well when it comes to the exams! Good luck! :)

Answered Mon 19th March, 2012 @ 15:09 by Turtle 360
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Oh my God. Seriosuly, you don't need a revision plan or how much revision should I do for each subject etc. Just revisie each subject until you know it. Copy out your notes into a brain-storrm, mind-map, or whatever, adn stop faffing about with revision plans. just do some revision.

Answered Mon 19th March, 2012 @ 13:56 by Oliver