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    I'm just curious to see people's revision timetables and how much people are revising at the moment. I'll start with mine:

    9.00-10.00 wake up, breakfast, get ready
    10.00-10.40 Geography (coasts)
    10.40-10.50 break
    10.50-11.45 English Lit (Poem - To his Coy Mistress)
    11.45-12.00 break
    12.00-12.20 RE Keywords (Unit 8.3)
    12.20-1.20 Cello
    1.20-2.00 Lunch
    2.00-3.00 Geography (population)
    3.00-3.10 break
    3.10-4.00 French Vocab
    4.00-4.10 break
    4.10-5.00 Clarinet
    5.00-5.10 break
    5.10-6.00 Biology
    6.00-7.00 Dinner
    7.00-8.00 Maths
    8.00-8.10 Break
    8.10-9.00 English Lit (Poem - Sister Maude)

    (I'm in year 11)
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    12-1 Psychology Unit 3
    1:30-2:30 - English Literature - Frankenstein
    3-4 - Sociology Unit 4
    4:30-5:30 - Sociology Unit 3
    6-7 - Psychology Unit 4
    7:30-8:30 - English Literature - Macbeth
    9-10 - Psychology unit 1

    I'm in year 13.
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    (Original post by AdaamCarter)
    I'm just curious to see people's revision timetables and how much people are revising at the moment. I'll start with mine:

    9.00-10.00 wake up, breakfast, get ready
    10.00-10.40 Geography (coasts)
    10.40-10.50 break
    10.50-11.45 English Lit (Poem - To his Coy Mistress)
    11.45-12.00 break
    12.00-12.20 RE Keywords (Unit 8.3)
    12.20-1.20 Cello
    1.20-2.00 Lunch
    2.00-3.00 Geography (population)
    3.00-3.10 break
    3.10-4.00 French Vocab
    4.00-4.10 break
    4.10-5.00 Clarinet
    5.00-5.10 break
    5.10-6.00 Biology
    6.00-7.00 Dinner
    7.00-8.00 Maths
    8.00-8.10 Break
    8.10-9.00 English Lit (Poem - Sister Maude)

    (I'm in year 11)
    wow, how organised are you? I bet you have coursework aswell. keep it up and you will fly through your GCSEs well done.
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    (Original post by lillith)
    wow, how organised are you? I bet you have coursework aswell. keep it up and you will fly through your GCSEs well done.
    Awh thanks, I don't think I'd do any work if I didn't have a timetable haha
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    (Original post by AdaamCarter)
    Awh thanks, I don't think I'd do any work if I didn't have a timetable haha
    I have passed this on to my daughter who is the same age as you!
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    Varying day to day but today's is:
    10-10:30- Biology Unit 2
    10:30-11- Chemistry Unit 2
    11-11:30- Break
    11:30-12- History (Germany), As you can see I am not doing this...
    12-12:30- Lunch
    12:30-13- Spanish Speaking
    13-13:30- Chemistry Unit 3
    13:30-14- Biology Unit 2
    14-15- Workout (Davina McColl dvd )
    15-15:30- History (Civil Rights)
    15:30-16- Chemistry Unit 2

    Also in Year 11.
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    (Original post by arcticlea)
    Varying day to day but today's is:
    10-10:30- Biology Unit 2
    10:30-11- Chemistry Unit 2
    11-11:30- Break
    11:30-12- History (Germany), As you can see I am not doing this...
    12-12:30- Lunch
    12:30-13- Spanish Speaking
    13-13:30- Chemistry Unit 3
    13:30-14- Biology Unit 2
    14-15- Workout (Davina McColl dvd )
    15-15:30- History (Civil Rights)
    15:30-16- Chemistry Unit 2

    Also in Year 11.
    What board do you do for science? :hmmmm2:
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    (Original post by AdaamCarter)
    What board do you do for science? :hmmmm2:
    AQA, you?? :confused:
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    I use http://pomodoro.me/ as a timer and I do 25 minutes then take a 5 minute break and then repeat. Then after like 4 cycles of this I take a 10-15 minute break.

    At the moment I'm doing an hour and 15 minutes per subject a day (so just under 4 hours as I do 3 subjects). Sometimes I do more, sometimes less.

    As exams approach I do the same thing but do like 6-8 hours a day but that's more in April/May time.

    I reallyyy recommend the pomodoro technique though because 25 minutes is short enough that you're still engaged and paying attention but long enough to get stuff done.
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    (Original post by arcticlea)
    AQA, you?? :confused:

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    (Original post by LeaX)
    I use http://pomodoro.me/ as a timer and I do 25 minutes then take a 5 minute break and then repeat. Then after like 4 cycles of this I take a 10-15 minute break.

    At the moment I'm doing an hour and 15 minutes per subject a day (so just under 4 hours as I do 3 subjects). Sometimes I do more, sometimes less.

    As exams approach I do the same thing but do like 6-8 hours a day but that's more in April/May time.

    I reallyyy recommend the pomodoro technique though because 25 minutes is short enough that you're still engaged and paying attention but long enough to get stuff done.

    Ooh wow, thanks!
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    I have specific targets that I have to get done by the end of the day (even if it means staying up till 12) e.g. for today:
    -> getting through further trig chapter for C3
    -> going through notes on enthalpy & entopy for F325
    -> planning and writing a 12 mark psychology essay
    -> writing notes on four topics for F215

    I tried sticking to a timetable last year but I'd never get the work done in the time I'd allocated, which wasn't very productive as I'd spend too much time on one subject. I think its best to have specific targets but I guess you just have to find out what's works best for you as I did.
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    (Original post by LeaX)
    I use http://pomodoro.me/ as a timer and I do 25 minutes then take a 5 minute break and then repeat. Then after like 4 cycles of this I take a 10-15 minute break.

    At the moment I'm doing an hour and 15 minutes per subject a day (so just under 4 hours as I do 3 subjects). Sometimes I do more, sometimes less.

    As exams approach I do the same thing but do like 6-8 hours a day but that's more in April/May time.

    I reallyyy recommend the pomodoro technique though because 25 minutes is short enough that you're still engaged and paying attention but long enough to get stuff done.
    Thank you sooo much Lea. I've been struggling with AS Geography (mostly because I'm lazy ) and have found it difficult to get tasks done without a push. This really is one of the best tools out there and is free of charge, thanks to the creators. I would vote your post but I'm out of votes for today.
    Peace.
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    Omg wow... I'm in year 11 too and I'm aiming for all/mostly A*s yet I've basically done no revision this half term apart from a few mins when I force myself to try and do a bit...
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    Whenever I feel like my day is going too good, I revise. Does that count as a timetable.
 
 
 

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