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Since I started revising for my GCSEs all the way back in 2015, I've been making a revision timetable to stick to. However this did not work. I did the same for AS but this did not work either. I'm in Year 13 now, I have an unconditional offer for uni but I want to get the best I can so I'm proved right that sixth form was the right decision.

Would thinking:
'Today I am going to start revising key terms for AS Sociology, then I will look at an essay question for Media.'

be better than thinking
'Today I will do key terms flash cards for AS Sociology for an hour, then I will do an essay question for Media for 45 mins'


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Hi guys
Since I started revising for my GCSEs all the way back in 2015, I've been making a revision timetable to stick to. However this did not work. I did the same for AS but this did not work either. I'm in Year 13 now, I have an unconditional offer for uni but I want to get the best I can so I'm proved right that sixth form was the right decision.

Would thinking:
'Today I am going to start revising key terms for AS Sociology, then I will look at an essay question for Media.'

be better than thinking
'Today I will do key terms flash cards for AS Sociology for an hour, then I will do an essay question for Media for 45 mins'


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In my opinion, yes. Whenever I make a revision timetable, I give myself a realistic list of topics to cover each day, but never allocate times for them. I find that this is less stressful and easier to stick to, as it gives more flexibility. It's definitely worth a try
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