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2b - Revision Timetable In Practice

Education : How To Excel In Exams

Perhaps just give 30minute slots to subjects initially, then build up to an hour or more as you feel appropriate with a few weeks left, as you step up a gear in amount and intensity of revision.

If you have several subjects to revise for, try to revise more than one a day to keep you fresh and interested. When revising from a timetable it can seen tempting to view everything in isolation, even within a subject.

Remember how it all fits together into the bigger picture!

Ultimately you must devise a revision timetable that you are comfortable with. We have deliberately not given rigid guidelines as the timetable must be very personal to you and one you are happy with.

Just bear in mind the above points and you won?t go far wrong!


By: Examexpert

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