Timetables don't work for me, full stop. I think they're probably more like a bad idea - what's better is knowing roughly in your mind what you need to do and sticking to it.
I just used to allocate a number of hours (whatever available) each day for what I wanted to revise. I'd usually do a couple of pages for each subject a day, and so the times varied a lot (depending how easy the subject/topic was, fatigue etc.)... although it averaged out around the same total of time most days, with maybe like a 30 min - hour variability. Also, I'd be sure to use as much time in school as possible (even lessons - twas a terrible school) and elsewhere. That was that.
I don't bother. I have previously made a weekly timetable but did not stick to it. I will try the day planning next.
I don't. There is no point, because we eat dinner at different times every day or go out randomly. I have enough motivation to get it done on time without a timetable, usually.
Nope, I find it's better to just get on with it.
i dont plan lol
I do a general one for the week but nothing more specific than that
Timetables always fail with me which leaves me feeling demotivated so I've stopped making them now. Instead I try to make a plan of "I will revise X unit of chemistry until I reach point Y then I will do A of biology until I reach part B in the syllabus then move on to..." Sometimes I make them goals for the actual day sometimes not, just that I will complete X before moving onto Y etc etc. For June exams I seemed to wing it more than anything though & worked out ok.
For my prelims, I had a study plan. I found it really hard to stick to.
For my actual exams, I just did what I felt I needed to do, when I had to do it. I did MUCH better.
Nope, doesn't work at all for me. I don't do 'systematic revision' I just know that I have a certain amount of each subject to study before a given date and that as long as I do it before then its fine. If anything I'll spend a whole day on a subject and do what I feel like doing.