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does anyone have an app that they can recommend for a good study timetable. I mean one that's easy to use and won't take hours to set up, because I always end up giving up.

thanks!
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does anyone have an app that they can recommend for a good study timetable. I mean one that's easy to use and won't take hours to set up, because I always end up giving up.

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getrevising (its actually by the student room) is really good!

https://getrevising.co.uk/
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I recently started using Google Calendar for my revision timetable, it allows you to create an event (say an hour of Spanish revision) and then have it repeat every day/3 days/any other duration at the same time, which has been useful for me.

I’ve been recommended GoConqr (website for study mainly with a planner page) but I’ve not used it that much; it does give you the total time you’ve planned out for each subject you put in, which might be useful
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