Yasmin abdi
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What is the best way to revise all of my subjects without falling behind
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Make a revision plan - it actually works and have certain slots for different subjects. Even if you are only studying for 30mins, it is better than not doing anything
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Make a revision plan - it actually works and have certain slots for different subjects. Even if you are only studying for 30mins, it is better than not doing anything
How?
For the entire week?
Or just the day after getting up?
I just find plans stressful because little and sometimes almost nothing gets done
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Yeh if you had your timetable for the whole week on a revision plan and then put in slots for homework and revision - it doesn’t work for everyone though
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Yeh if you had your timetable for the whole week on a revision plan and then put in slots for homework and revision - it doesn’t work for everyone though
I will try this
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