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I'm trying to get started with revising consistently. I've printed out a monthly planner for each month and in each box for each day of the month, I've written down one subject that I'll dedicate my revision to. I've spread my subjects out evenly throughout the month. Is this a good way of planning or are there better ways that is recommended?
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This is a pretty good way of planning, ofc some people prefer to just plan per week etc but if a month works for you it works for you. When it gets closer to exams I would recommend increasing the amount of subjects/hours per day tho
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sounds good, if you get bored of studying the one subject though in a day switch to a different one
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