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Mocks are around the corner and I really need some tips on how to organise and manage revising and homework. I'm currently in year 13 studying: Psychology, Politics and History
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Hi I'm in year 12 but we both have mocks coming soon so I may be able to help you.

What i've done is downloaded an app on my Ipod where you can record homework that your teachers set you (as I hardly ever use my planner bc lazy) but I only record homework on this. This way, I don't get homework muddled up with revision.

I use my planner to plan what i'm going to revise/study each day and when I plan to do it and I colour code the subjects. Before doing this, I printed off the syllabus for each subject and randomly allocated time slots to study each topic. I'm surprised i've actually managed to stick to it so far! Good luck!
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(Original post by jessyjellytot14)
Hi I'm in year 12 but we both have mocks coming soon so I may be able to help you.

What i've done is downloaded an app on my Ipod where you can record homework that your teachers set you (as I hardly ever use my planner bc lazy) but I only record homework on this. This way, I don't get homework muddled up with revision.

I use my planner to plan what i'm going to revise/study each day and when I plan to do it and I colour code the subjects. Before doing this, I printed off the syllabus for each subject and randomly allocated time slots to study each topic. I'm surprised i've actually managed to stick to it so far! Good luck!
Thank you for the advice! I'll give the planner strategy a go. Good luck with your mocks!
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(Original post by jessyjellytot14)
Hi I'm in year 12 but we both have mocks coming soon so I may be able to help you.

What i've done is downloaded an app on my Ipod where you can record homework that your teachers set you (as I hardly ever use my planner bc lazy) but I only record homework on this. This way, I don't get homework muddled up with revision.

I use my planner to plan what i'm going to revise/study each day and when I plan to do it and I colour code the subjects. Before doing this, I printed off the syllabus for each subject and randomly allocated time slots to study each topic. I'm surprised i've actually managed to stick to it so far! Good luck!
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The mock is in January, you don't need revision until the Christmas holidays. Enjoy life for now..
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What app is it?


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The one I use is called 'The HW App' on the Apple store
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