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    Thats just words to me, what I do is list all the topics I need to go over than set a date I need to have completed them by before I move onto the next one.

    This way you still revise effectively and have deadlines but there is no STRICT time limit/amount you MUST do per day.
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    Is that as well as lessons cause if that is then thats a brillaiant timetable, but how how do you have so much time?


    (Original post by Amit92)
    Hey guys,

    Im just wondering if this is a good enough revision timetable or not for my AS-levels? Each slot is 1hour and then I have a 30min break and then another hour on a different subject starts etc...

    Should I make revision per subject 2hours or keep it at 1hour? If I do 2hours per subject then it would be 2subjects a day which last for 2hours each.

    Please feel free to post relevant comments/adivce below !

    Timetable -

    Thanks

    Amit
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    (Original post by Katie_08)
    Is that as well as lessons cause if that is then thats a brillaiant timetable, but how how do you have so much time?
    Yes,I dunno I only go college like 15-20hours a week. So I can fit it in, even though I do extra-curricular activities. But ive not been sticking to it for the past few days!
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    Too much revision.:lolwut:
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    25 hours a week. :eek:
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    Wow Lol I'm doing A-Level in one year and not studying that much. If I made a time-table like that, I'd end up making changes and studying even less than I would if I hadn't made a timetable.

    It's great if you can stick to it. If not, then there's no point. What T-o dore said above was right- it's not about how long you're studying but how well you've been studying during this time.
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    you will probably find that this plan goes out of the window within about a week (based on my experiences)
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    1 month left till exams, isit time to start revising?
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    (Original post by Aeon Prince)
    1 month left till exams, isit time to start revising?

    Most definitely if you want to do well; unless, of course, you're ahead of the game :cool:
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    (Original post by advert)
    you will probably find that this plan goes out of the window within about a week (based on my experiences)
    Ditto

    I have not stuck to any Plan whatsoever

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    even after having made 2 :shifty: :p:
 
 
 
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