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    Has anyone got an example of a revision timetable they could show me?
    I haven't got a clue where to start and think if my time is structured i'd actually do the work!

    At the moment i just don't know where to start and did NOTHING tonight or over the weekend! Majorly pissed off with myself!

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    Print off one on bitesize.There's weekly and monthly,they're really useful.
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    Has anyone got an example of a revision timetable they could show me?
    I haven't got a clue where to start and think if my time is structured i'd actually do the work!

    At the moment i just don't know where to start and did NOTHING tonight or over the weekend! Majorly pissed off with myself!

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    Maybe you could start off by writing down a plan of all the things you have to do. That way when it comes to putting things into your timetable it will easier. In terms of the timetable you could have one that's split up into each day and then put everything you need into there. There's no need to put times on if you don't want to, you could just leave it as a list of what you want to do each day.
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    what topnotch suggested is good.

    I'll also say that you should make sure you don't try doing too much at once. Break it down into smaller chunks (even 15 minutes at a time before a break if needs be) and it'll seem less intimidating. Trying to do loads at once will just be horribly unappealing and you won't want to do it. If you do make a timetable make sure you leave breaks and time for some of the things you like doing, you may have to sacrifice some but by no means sacrifice everything.

    Personally I find that making a list of the things I intend to do in one day easier than making a specific timetable. I won't go to bed before it's done whereas with a timetable I am more inclined just to skip bits, which doesn't work in the long run.
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    if you go to: http://getrevising.co.uk/timetable/intro you can make one online, i used it last year and it's really simple, you input your subjects and when you can study and it creates one for you! i think it's pretty good.
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    The whole list idea seems like a pretty good idea, everything won't seem so overwhelming then (hopefully)!

    thanks for the help!
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    You should do a self evaluation first.

    First do a trial to see how long it takes you to do a certain task for-example learn a page of note. This is to see how much you can do in the given time. This also means that you are being realistic. Then divide your tasks according to priority and time (from now until exams).

    Go to this website and just slot your tasks/goals that you have evaluated in: http://www.studenttimetable.com/

    Hope this helps!
 
 
 

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