I just wanted to compare my revision timetable to other peoples as I don't want to be giving myself not enough revision hours.
I've decided from now until late February / early March I'll do one hour per subject and then post that two hours per subject - but I'm unsure whether it is sufficient
Science is everyday because I do triple science and I have to do all 9 exams in the same season so it's alot of spec to cover
Monday - Biology, Maths
Tuesday- Chemistry, French
Wednesday - Physics, RE
Thursday - Biology, Geography
Friday - Chemistry, English
Saturday - Physics, Maths, Geography
Sunday - Biology, RE, English
I don't feel like I've given myself enough hours for maths since I really want an A* in that but then subjects like English, French, Geography etc I won't need to struggle to get an A* so idk
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- Thread Starter
- 16-01-2016 21:23
- Political Ambassador
- 16-01-2016 21:42
I dont really have a time table, i do subject by subject.
so for now im covering history unit 2 and then i will be doing unit 3, i do bits daily.
Thursday - learning and jotting down new french vocabs, and do some listening practices. On the same day i will also jot down religious quotes and definitions of terms that pop up in the RE topics
I will start bio, chem, phy revision in March when i'm half way into my unit 3 science. when i start, i will do this daily
After i finish my geography coursework in february, i will start geography unit 2 (which only has 3 topics thank goodness, so revising geography will be a walk in the park, just gonna do it every other day)
For my Literature, i will jot down key quotes and themes on Saturdays (havent started though, school havent given me the books yet). On saturdays i will also do Welsh Bacc qualification, which require me to make a booklet to compare an aspect of Wales to another country, this is a compulsory thing so of course i have to treat it as a gcse too :s
and thats about it, i done my maths in nov and got good results, I've finished all the english language course, so thats out of the way, my welsh language was done last year, and my ICT is finished tooLast edited by ihatePE; 16-01-2016 at 21:45.
- 16-01-2016 21:44
Don't have one: I give myself targets to complete a day or two in advance since I know for a fact that my timetable will be disrupted.
You should specify particularly what you will cover for your subjects on your timetable each week.
- Welcome Squad
- 16-01-2016 21:48
I don't have a timetable
I get whatever topics I want covered in a time I specify