If you plan to pass your exams, you need a plan. A cliche, but true.
A revision timetable is the best way to do that. If you plan out when you are going to revise each topic, you can make sure that you cover everything that needs to be done.
This printable revision timetable template is a good basic timetable that will work for any type of exam, from GCSEs, A-levels, Standard Grades Scottish Highers or even up to Degree level work or professional qualifications.
Maybe you want to plan for your school exams, or your mocks. This good, basic revision planner will work for any of those too. And a well planned revision timetable will help take the stress out of exams.
The Free Printable PDF Revision Timetable divides the day into 5 blocks of revision time. After each block of work there is a reminder to take a break. because having a break is very important when it comes to revising.
Most people can only focus effectively for blocks to time of around an hour - there is a reason why your lessons at school are usually this type of length.
After that time you need a break, maybe drink some water, have a hot drink or a snack, get some fresh air or some exercise, whatever works for you.
This weekly revision timetable is downloadable in the form of a PDF. Click on the image of the timetable or the link below and you will be able to save it to your computer, tablet or phone to print out whenever you want.
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