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Although a weekend may just be two days, you would be better off reviewing for two hours before Monday comes around.

It may sound pushy, but you do need to set aside some time to study even on weekends. The reason is simple and obvious: you have to keep your study momentum going to maintain your good grades, advise the tutors of AHEAD Tutorial & Review Center.

Remember how you felt after four-day weekends and summer vacations? You didn’t want them to end, and even felt too lazy to go back to school. Although a weekend may just be two days, you would be better off reviewing for two hours before Monday comes around.

Take the late afternoon of every Sunday to review your previous week’s lessons, or study further for the coming week’s exams. This gives you the entire Saturday until the morning of Sunday to do anything you want to refresh your mind for the coming week. Studying on Sunday afternoon should give you enough preparation for another school week.

As for your Sunday night, take things easy—have dinner with your family, read a magazine, watch a movie, or listen to your favorite music. This kind of weekend schedule will not only give you the break that you need, it will also psyche you up for the labors of the week ahead.

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