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What is ur revision timetable, just to get some ideas?
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Instead of having a set timetable, I write what work i'm going to do each day leading up to the exam. I found this makes me a lot more productive as it's specific about the work you plan to complete.

e.g
12/11/18- Learn Chemistry Chapter 21
13/11/18- Do Exam Questions for Chemistry Chapter 21

Then in each day, I get even more specific and break down when i'm going to do the work:
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5:30-6:30pm- Watch and understand youtube videos on this chemistry topic.
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7:30-9:30pm- Learn chemistry chapter 21 notes on chemrevise.com
10-10:30pm- Recap the topic I learnt the day before.
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