May 09, 2005

Revision 'Strategy'

I've never been a fan of revision timetables. Probably because I know that the chances of actually sticking to one are between 0 and ..err 0. So rather than wasting time on devising one just for the hell of it, i've decided that i'm just going to have a pretty vague strategy:

  1. By around the middle of week 5 (18th ish) i'm going to try to have gone through all my notes for every module (all 7 of them.. aaargh!) and hopefully condense my notes a little. Then,

  2. Split the remaining time between all my subjects for properly learning everything and doing questions, oh and fiitting in some exams too.

Looking at it this way, it seems like I should be able to revise at a fairly leisurely pace and still fit everything in comfortably. I'm sure it won't work out like that, but it makes me feel better than having a stupid timetable in front of me, making me feel bad when i'm not keeping up with it.

Next task is going to be getting out of bed before 12 today…

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  1. sounds like a plan to me :D

    10 May 2005, 15:13

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