Making a timetable

Being organised is a good habit for life, and can help you with alevels. Making a timetable saves a lot of thinking time, and keeps you on top of your work.

Creating a timetable is a very effective way of getting all tasks you want done. For me I would make a list of tasks I want to do with placing the most important task at the top of the list and allocating times I want to spend on them. e.g

Homework 30 minutes

Chemistry revision 1 hour

Reading 45 minutes

For me I didn't like blocking times out of my day on when to do the activity because I never knew what other things may come up in my day, the way I used to structure my day was more flexible and attainable for me. You may find that structuring your day like a school timetable better for you.

Making lists and allocating times to each tasks meant I spent less time thinking about what I have to do, and reduced the risk of forgetting an important task.

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