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Have you guys made your revision timetables yet? If so, post it on here! I'll try posting mine, when I've started it And do they help you?
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I really need to make one. I think it may actually make me do revision!!! Right now I just do my homework and use the "exams are months away!" excuse to myself....
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(Original post by Paralove)
I really need to make one. I think it may actually make me do revision!!! Right now I just do my homework and use the "exams are months away!" excuse to myself....
Lol same here, though now i need to start pulling my weight
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I do revision whenever i have free time tbh I had a revision timetable for GCSE but little things got in the way so gave up :P
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Timetables never work for me. So I don't make em.
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I literally just made my revision timetable but I don't know if it's enough! I do History, English lit, Politics, Philosophy:
MONDAY: 2 hours history
TUESDAY: 2 hours politics
WEDNESDAY: 2 hours philosophy
THURSDAY: 2 hours literature
Friday, Sat, Sun: do any homework and get that out of the way!

I hope that'll be enough to go through everything in detail by the time exams come... Oh and I recommend writing your timetable up and putting it somewhere you can always see it - it'll make you do it!
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(Original post by thebozmeister)
I literally just made my revision timetable but I don't know if it's enough! I do History, English lit, Politics, Philosophy:
MONDAY: 2 hours history
TUESDAY: 2 hours politics
WEDNESDAY: 2 hours philosophy
THURSDAY: 2 hours literature
Friday, Sat, Sun: do any homework and get that out of the way!

I hope that'll be enough to go through everything in detail by the time exams come... Oh and I recommend writing your timetable up and putting it somewhere you can always see it - it'll make you do it!
Two hours per subject per week seems a little light - especially when you get close to the exams. My college recommends doing 15 hours per subject per week when outside of class.
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(Original post by thebozmeister)
I literally just made my revision timetable but I don't know if it's enough! I do History, English lit, Politics, Philosophy:
MONDAY: 2 hours history
TUESDAY: 2 hours politics
WEDNESDAY: 2 hours philosophy
THURSDAY: 2 hours literature
Friday, Sat, Sun: do any homework and get that out of the way!

I hope that'll be enough to go through everything in detail by the time exams come... Oh and I recommend writing your timetable up and putting it somewhere you can always see it - it'll make you do it!
I do about 6 hours a week for each of my subjects (I have 3). Although I have a lot of free time for example on Tuesday I have only 2 lessons in the morning and most of the time I have no period 5. I also get homework, but I allocate about an hour in the night for next days homework, and I recommend not wasting the Friday and Saturday doing just homework.
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Hi all, my AS Level exams are just under 12 weeks away and I'm determined to start revision ASAP. I am doing Economics, Modern History, English Literature and Classical Civilisation. How do I approach this? My main concern is that I've got to be revising recent material too while revising old material combined with working on exam technique. I reckon I can go over all my revision at least twice if not 3 times by the time exams come round. I also know that the most effective revision is when you revise a topic, leave it for a day and then come back, wait again for a week and then come back to it again. How do I balance this method between all of my subjects? Or do I have the wrong idea about approaching this? I'm so confused. Please help!
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(Original post by Choppie)
My college recommends doing 15 hours per subject per week when outside of class.
15 hours is way too much! I do think you're right though, I might add a couple of hours onto each subject... But then I have absolutely no free time!
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I have made mine - not sure how I would post it though as it is printed out. But yes find it really helpful
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