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Hi.
I really need help making a revision timetable. I'm in my AS year at college and I want to start really working now as I want to get top grades at the end of next year. But I don't know how to make a revision timetable.
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Hi.
I really need help making a revision timetable. I'm in my AS year at college and I want to start really working now as I want to get top grades at the end of next year. But I don't know how to make a revision timetable.
Hi LSearle,

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 I have other commitments, for example.

I've attached the timetable I used for my semester 1 university exams, to give you an idea of what I mean

There is also a revision timetable tool on TSR, so that may be worth a try as well. To create a timetable, go to your profile > My study tools > Create new study resource > Create your study planner
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OH MY GAAWD! Stop wasting your time making a fancy timetable, just make a simple checklist - worry about actually doing the revision :/
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