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    Any tips on making a revision timetable for the easter holidays for AS?
    Don't know whether to do one subject per day or more?
    stress time!!!!
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    (Original post by 246813579)
    Any tips on making a revision timetable for the easter holidays for AS?
    Don't know whether to do one subject per day or more?
    stress time!!!!
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    Tip: Prioritise the subject you struggle with! I do one subject a day, it really depends on what suits you.

    Use the TSR Study Planner to do so if you wish.

    If you feel like you don't stick to timetables then just create a to-do list for every week and tick off what you've done.
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    Thanks ☺️
    I think I might just stick to the to-do list because timetables never work for me no matter how hard I try 😩
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    My advice is to first of all figure out what work you have to do on which topic and subject. Make a table or a list to tick. Then think about what is the hardest thing to do, the subject that you're most struggling with and start there. Spend as much time as you need doing that subject until you feel confident. I find it better to study in the morning when I'm at the library but late at night when I'm at home. Think about that too, when and where do you feel most productive? Maybe try using the revision timetable tool here on student room to help you work it out.
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    I have a normal timetable for school days.
    For holidays I've found that just making a list in the morning so you know what to do for the day is easier.
 
 
 
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