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    I create a table in Word or PowerPoint.

    One column says "time" the other says "activity". Then I make several rows e.g. 9-10am, 10-11am etc. and then for each time slot I put what revision I'm going to do, e.g. revise X topic by doing mind maps or whatever. I do that for each day, factoring in time for sleep, lessons, eating, showering etc.
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    Everyones timetable works differently. The above works for some people, personally I can't stick to times or if I run over my time limit I get demotivated and as such stop doing anything. I like to create a list of what I would like done by the end of each day-I find it gives me more flexibility
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    (Original post by AzureCeleste)
    Everyones timetable works differently. The above works for some people, personally I can't stick to times or if I run over my time limit I get demotivated and as such stop doing anything. I like to create a list of what I would like done by the end of each day-I find it gives me more flexibility
    I agree, you will know how good you are at sticking to it.
    I do mine weekly
    Make a list of tasks you can do in one week eg. write an essay for english and do a past paper for biology could be one week, another could be make notes on a biology chapter and learn 1 page of german vocab

    Choose one set to do each week
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    (Original post by ollylongbo)
    what is the best way to create a revision timetable
    Making a list or weekly timetables.
 
 
 
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