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If you want to get the best out of your study session, you should use a study timetable. This will ensure that you are using your time wisely and giving adequate attention to each subject.

Be specific when completing your timetable, which should be done by Sunday evening for the week ahead. If there’s a particular topic or exam question that you want to tackle, then include it in the timetable.

If you need to make any changes to your timetable, that’s ok. Depending on your individual preferences, you can change your study timetable each week or keep it more or less the same. However, if you’ve got a test coming up or are finding something particularly difficult in school, then you might want to prioritise that.

Don’t forget to factor in time for homework and breaks!

TOP TIP: If creating a timetable simply does not work for you (remember that everyone studies differently) then you could record what topics you studied and the time you spent into your study timetable. This will help you to keep on track of what you are studying and to identify areas that you are missing or may need to work more on.

We’ve created an editable study timetable for you to download in Excel. You will be able to do all the normal things, like input information into the cells, format the cells to make them smaller or bigger, colour code the cells for different subject areas or input more rows if you want to include more study time or time for breaks.

If you download this study time table. We’d love to hear how you are getting on so please do get in touch! 🙂

Download the study timetable here: Study Timetable

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