My chapters have an intense range in size. The smaller size would contain about 3000-4000 words, while larger chapters can contain up to 11000. Some take a few days, other about 1 or 2 weeks. When I'm busy elsewhere and have lack of ideas, it can take a month. Size and time spent depend on the content and the writer's mood for me.
My chapters average between 2500 - 4000 words, and once I actually get into working on them (usually takes a couple hundred words or so) I can finish a chapter up in a couple of days, or hell a couple of hours if I'm really into it. It depends on the content, and how into it I am.
For me it depends. Anywhere from an hour to a few days, depending on how long it is, what needs to be said, how clear the chapter is before I start writing it, how much I hate my writing that day. A bunch of things. But there really shouldn't be some sort of belief that a chapter has to take (or shouldn't take) X amount of time.
It takes me anything from a couple of hours to a few months even.I belive in not rushing it ,but then again everyone has his own pace and manner of writing. I think that you need to be satisfied with how the story flows and disregard time as a factor.
I kind of feel better now. Guess it's true what they say about quick and easy being wrong (course I already knew that, but this just reminded me more of it). You know something, thanks for that. I shall be more patient.