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    Hello,

    I'm determined to leave A2 with at least ABB, and to do this I need to start revising now. Currently doing English Lit, Sociology and History and I want to create a decent revision timetable that will see me right through, weekly, to my June exams.

    Has anyone got any tips to help me get started creating one? Anything will help! I've made some in the past but they've never really worked, not sure if I'm doing something wrong?

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    Whenever I make a revision timetable, I allocate topics to revise to days, rather than specific times. I find that allocating topics to days is far less stressful than trying to revise topics between certain times, as it allows more flexibility if you have other commitments, for example. I'm not sure how well it would work for essay subjects like yours (as I'm doing a science degree), however I still think it's worth a go!

    I've attached the timetable I'm using at the moment, to give you an idea of what I mean
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    (Original post by Leviathan1741)
    Whenever I make a revision timetable, I allocate topics to revise to days, rather than specific times. I find that allocating topics to days is far less stressful than trying to revise topics between certain times, as it allows more flexibility if you have other commitments, for example. I'm not sure how well it would work for essay subjects like yours (as I'm doing a science degree), however I still think it's worth a go!

    I've attached the timetable I'm using at the moment, to give you an idea of what I mean
    may I ask what degree you're doing it seems really interesting!
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    (Original post by TheAlphaParticle)
    may I ask what degree you're doing it seems really interesting!
    I'm in my first year of BSc Geoscience at Keele
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    (Original post by Leviathan1741)
    Whenever I make a revision timetable, I allocate topics to revise to days, rather than specific times. I find that allocating topics to days is far less stressful than trying to revise topics between certain times, as it allows more flexibility if you have other commitments, for example. I'm not sure how well it would work for essay subjects like yours (as I'm doing a science degree), however I still think it's worth a go!

    I've attached the timetable I'm using at the moment, to give you an idea of what I mean
    Thank you for this, it was really helpful. It's certainly somewhat different to how I would usually structure mine; usually I'd form a timetable like revision schedule and try and stick to the times I had allocated myself.

    Thank you - I might try something like this!
 
 
 
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