GCSE Revision Timetable Watch
- 01-04-2011 23:29
- 03-04-2011 16:58
i found a pretty awesome way to create a time table
and it makes one for you.
- you enter your exams, dates & times
- when you want to start revising
- other commitments
and it tells you what to revise and when.
you have to register your email and a password but only so it can save your timetable.
its really good and is helping me as i am taking my gcses Summer 2011
hope this helped
- 03-04-2011 21:26
I can't revise in a structured way, with times and breaks decided for me in a timetable. Instead, I've made a timetable with just what I need to have revised by the end of the day. It's a pretty simple timetable to make and it's working really well for me so far.
Although I'm kind of worried I'll have forgotten it all by June. :/
& I have 16 exams, finishing on the 27th June.And I have two exams on my birthday. Sweet 16th, pff.
- 03-04-2011 21:31
I did my GCSEs last year, and my form tutor (who studied psychology at university) recommended that we revise in short bursts of 25-30 minutes, and have a 10-15 minutes break in between, as after 30 minutes, your concentration level rapidly declines.
This method worked very well for me