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    how do i make a good revision timetable? and how do i stick to it? should i make one and pick what to study by the date (eg on the 22nd of february i will revise maths and geograpghy) or do i do it by week (eg on mondays i will do english and biology)

    The Student Room has a good study planner that takes into account your priority subject wise, what you do before/during/after school. One tip is make sure you don't revise for more than 25 minutes at a time. Take a 5-10 min breaks in between and make sure you have some time to yourself.

    Good luck!
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