Do you stick to a revision timetable? if so does it work?

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I started writing a revision timetable but I diddnt know where to put my subjects and when to do my coursework based subjects

Posted Fri 13th April, 2012 @ 21:26 by Sophie

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You don't follow a strict timetable. It's difficult, stresses you out, and is ultiately pretty pointless. Only use one if you feel you need one. Just get out your notes, your pen, and your paper and revise. That's all you have to do. You don't need some silly timetable tellingyou when to do it and for how long. Just do it now, and for as long as you can.

Answered Fri 13th April, 2012 @ 22:48 by Oliver
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I do not as I just can not stick to it however, that means I fall back on my work...

Answered Fri 13th April, 2012 @ 21:35 by DAVIDTENNANTILOVEYOU
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Thank you Oliver for your input , I believe you are right it does stress me out and then I go crazy and upset so I have decided to just do my work any how.

Answered Sat 14th April, 2012 @ 13:25 by DAVIDTENNANTILOVEYOU
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I **** at sticking to revision timetables! I mostly use them to procrastinate anyway! :P What I've now done which seems to be working is I've made a timetable using this website. Then I printed and put when I wanted to have learnt something by, then I look at it and just make sure I get the work done by when I want it done. 

Answered Sat 14th April, 2012 @ 21:13 by LaurenE