anyone know how to make a revision timetable?

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i have mocks after christmas and im trying to make a timetable not including christmas, boxing day and new years day

Posted Fri 20th December, 2013 @ 21:30 by ameliarwood

4 Answers

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Use the study planner. It's a bit difficult to use at first, but you can delete whole days. If you don't like the study planner, you could make your own by hand, but miss out Christmas Day, Boxing Day, and New Year's Day. 

Answered Tue 24th December, 2013 @ 16:26 by Yen
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I have many revision timetables and homework planners in my resources as I find the study planner to be unhelpful. Hope this will help for your exams in the summer.

Answered Tue 18th February, 2014 @ 21:21 by Caitlin Ward
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Use the study planner on here, or make your own by drawing yourself one and allocating things as you feel fit.

Answered Wed 9th April, 2014 @ 12:45 by Charel
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Sorry thiis is a little late but what you can do is make your own flashcards by hand and stick them up in your room or make songs up to remember. Before you go into your exam you can take out your flashcards and go over it one more time. If you know your exam date start revising ASAP but relax too. 

Answered Fri 3rd January, 2014 @ 23:46 by SammyMadan