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How many subjects should you do on your timetable after school?

Hello Aya, It really depends on the type of learner you are and on the subjects. I did not take A levels (but the Italian national diploma, which has a lot more subjects), therefore I might not be the right person to help. However, I can suggest you take some time to rest, then divide the rest of the afternoon into 30min/1hour slots and fill in your coursework and study work based on what you need to do each day. In my final year, I used to do about 1 hour for each subject, with a 15 minute break between study sessions. Hope this helps!

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