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How does this look for next term as a rough timetable to do my dissertation?
It's due on the 30th April.

03/02 - 09/02: Module essay 1
10/02 - 16/02: Module essay 2
17/02 - 23/02: Module essay 3
24/02 - 01/03: Module essay 4
02/03 - 08/03: Diss = draft the whole thing
09/03 - 15/03: Diss = reading, follow up loose ends
16/03 - 22/03: Diss = reading, follow up loose ends
23/03 - 29/03: Diss = redraft whole thing
30/03 - 05/04: Diss = final readings, loose ends, finalise bibliography
06/04 - 12/04: Diss = final writing
13/04 - 19/04: Diss = final writing and totally complete

I know I'm not covering my dissertation for 4 weeks, but I prefer to get these other essays out of the way and then focus solely on my dissertation. Do these goals seem realistic? I've already done the majority of my modern reading, just need to get more primary readings done.
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