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    I've just broken up for Easter and I know that I should get lots of revision done, but I'm just not sure how to organise my time most effectively and beat procrastination. I want to make a revision time table but I'm not sure how long I should revise for each day, how long my revision slots should be, how many breaks I should have and how many days off I should give myself. If anybody knows of a good way to create a time table and any other tips to stay motivated and get the most out of these two weeks it would be much appreciated.

    set a timer and start studying - when you begin to get distracted/stop concentrating on what you're reading, look at the timer. If, for example, 40 minutes has passed, then always split your revision time into 40 minute chunks, cos thats how long you can concentrate for x
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