How do you balance your revision across each subject? and when do you complete homework?
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- Thread Starter
- 03-03-2018 13:47
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- Very Important Poster
- 03-03-2018 17:09
2. Fear and when I can be bothered/ deadline.
- Community Assistant
- 04-03-2018 18:37
I do my homework in my frees/study periods (dont really get much homework, just get expected to do work -dont usually have to hand it in)
and tbh I dont really balance my revision across subjects I kind of neglect some and focus on one then panic and neglect that one and focus on the others in a recurring cycle oops
- 04-03-2018 18:47
For example, in history our teacher is constantly setting us essays and further reading etc. That takes hours each week, so I don’t find I need to do much additional history revision.
Psychology however, is much more content, and much less set work aside from lessons. So, I spend more time doing that.
Your revision is subjective to you. But consider the following, and factor it into the plan you make
~ The grades you’d like in each subject versus the grade you’re currently on
~ How many topics or sub topics need to be covered before a certain date (Mocks or final things)
~ Always leave a couple weeks before exams for either work that you’ve procrastinated, or last minute general practice questions
~ Be realistic. It’s lovely to say you’ll work for 6 hours a night, but it’s not sustainable.
~ Factor in any additional commitments, a job, hobbies etc. (For me it’s the fact I tend to sleep for 12 hours a day instead of the recommended 8)
~ Give yourself at least one revision free day a week, it’s something to look forward to.
Best of luck!