Revision Timetable

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On my revision timetable I have 4 slots for different subjects each day how long should these slots last?

Posted Sun 22nd April, 2012 @ 20:42 by Bumblecake

6 Answers

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i would advise you to spent at least an hour to two on each subject, but remember to set a time which is realistic. Revising too long on a particular subject might not  be the right way of revision as you intend to forget the things you learnt in long hours of revision. And remember to take mini break after revising each subject. This will refresh your mind and therefore your more likely to remember the things your revising for. 

Answered Mon 23rd April, 2012 @ 09:12 by Juliana Nyarko
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See the main problem is I am still at school not on study leave so I don't have 8 hours for revision. So I should just do 1-1.30 hour a subject

Answered Wed 2nd May, 2012 @ 21:19 by Bumblecake
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I do about 45 minutes on a subject or i do an exam paper and revise for how long it lasts (1 hour-1 hour 45) It depends on if you are doing GCSE or A levels. Im doing GCSEs

Answered Thu 3rd May, 2012 @ 16:07 by claire
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Well you have to do the hours you most comfortable with. As not everyone have the time to spend on revision. Howvever you must revise with the subject you are least comfortable with. So if you most comfortable with less than two hours of revision out for it.

Answered Sun 6th May, 2012 @ 14:55 by Juliana Nyarko
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I think it's really cool how you can oranise your exam times so easily, right?

Answered Wed 6th March, 2013 @ 17:51 by Mara-Jade Radisic
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An hour to an hour and a half is good seeing as you don't want to be revising for too long or you may not remember it as well remember to have a break in the middle so you don't get too boerd or tierd.

Answered Thu 7th March, 2013 @ 16:25 by Darlene