How do u make a revision timetable for the holidays?

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How do u make a revision timetable for the holidays?

Any suggestions or templates welcome and much appreciated?
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How do u make a revision timetable for the holidays?

Any suggestions or templates welcome and much appreciated?
The same way you would during term-time. Google templates and loads will come up.
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pretty sure you can make them on here if that’s of any help 😊
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How dp u make yours
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pretty sure you can make them on here if that’s of any help 😊
Do u use it for yours and do u have a timetable example i could see

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The same way you would during term-time. Google templates and loads will come up.
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How dp u make yours
i don’t have a revision timetable, my life outside of school changes too much that setting a strict plan wouldn’t work for me, i just do as much as i can, when i can.
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i don’t have a revision timetable, my life outside of school changes too much that setting a strict plan wouldn’t work for me, i just do as much as i can, when i can.
Which is how much each week.
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Which is how much each week.
i don’t know - like i said, it varies. i started revision for gcses early, at the start of year10 so that it didn’t matter how many hours i completed per day as they get ever closer because i’ve already spent many hours before
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Do u use it for yours and do u have a timetable example i could see
As I said - if you google templates hundreds will come up. They follow the same structure - a set of timings and then an activity to do in that timetable. We have been through this so many times, you do know how to make one or what you should consider.
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As I said - if you google templates hundreds will come up. They follow the same structure - a set of timings and then an activity to do in that timetable. We have been through this so many times, you do know how to make one or what you should consider.
I haven't asked this before
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I personally do not use timetables during the holiday as they are tricky to stick to. So instead I make a list of everything that I need to revise and get done and prioritise everything in order and then start my revision.
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I personally do not use timetables during the holiday as they are tricky to stick to. So instead I make a list of everything that I need to revise and get done and prioritise everything in order and then start my revision.
Whats it about s timetable u don't like and what app ir program do u make your list on or do u do it on paper
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The bit that I do not like about timetables is that you cannot always sick to them. Sometimes you need to prioritise another subject or there is just too much homework. For the lists I sometimes use lines paper or if I’m travelling I use this app called todoist
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The bit that I do not like about timetables is that you cannot always sick to them. Sometimes you need to prioritise another subject or there is just too much homework. For the lists I sometimes use lines paper or if I’m travelling I use this app called todoist
What app is that please as i might start using it and can it be used/synchronized across different devices.
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The app is called to do which is run by Microsoft
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