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    I'm in my second year of Media Production at DMU. Obviously on Easter break now with 3 exams on May 5th, 10th and 20th.

    TV Production
    Technology Fundamentals 2: ESV
    Studies in Digital Technology

    I want to make a revision timetable, but don't know how to, especially one for a second year undergraduate. I don't want to make a crap one that suits GCSE students.

    Any tips? Ideas? Views?

    Sorry if this is in the wrong area, if so, could a moderator please move it to the best area?

    Thanks!
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    Honestly, imho it's more of a procrastination tool than a useful revision schedule if you take this long to come up with one.

    Better off just starting - that's the hardest part. Do a schedule once you're settled... you don't just jump in the pool and swim lengths, you need to get the hang of swimming first.
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    I'm a first year student, studying completely different subjects albeit, but basically have 3 exams, and they are on the same dates as yours pass 1 different day on the one. But anyway i would like to know how to do this too. I have no idea where to start.
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    I just use my module time table to split my modules into topics, and then set myself a few topics (usually from different modules so I don't get bored on one of them) a day. Then I work my way through the list to fit it into the three weeks that I have to revise and set aside time at the end for doing past papers. I don't necessarily stick to it to the letter, but it gives me a good timescale as to how long I should spend on each bit.
 
 
 
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