Revision gives you a chance to study something you need to understand. When you are revising, you are reviewing information and studying it to make sure you've mastered it for an exam or final project. However, revising can also refer to your own work, meaning the changes you made to a draft to make it complete. You can use an online timetable to help plot your time and create a schedule for the work you need to do.
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Get started at GetRevising.co.uk.
Click on "Register" to create an account -- you cannot use the site without one. Once you've created an account, click on "Tools," and choose "Revision Tools."
Select "Revision Timetable" from the list.
Input the information about your exam or project, including when it is due or when you must take the test. Then input the various subjects you need to revise as well as the hours and days you have available for revision.
Click "Create" to create your revision timetable. The site will create it automatically. You can access the timetable at the site, or you can choose "Save As" to save it on your computer.
Get started at MyRevisionPlan.com.
Choose "Students Get Started." You will need to create an online account with your name, a username and a password. Once you've created an account, log into that account, and choose "Revision Tools."
Choose "Revision Timetable" from the list of tools. Click on it to choose it.
Select the subject you want to do revision in, or select a description of your project that needs to be revised. Input information about your subject or project, and the time you need revision to be done by.
Choose "Create" to create a revision calender and timetable for yourself. Save the timetable on the site, or click "Save As" to save it on your computer.
Get started at RevisionWorld.com.
Select the type of subject you are studying by clicking the name of that subject as it appears under each of the subheadings on the home page.
Select the level of subject after you've chosen a specific subject.
Select "Revision." The site will ask you several questions about yourself, such as how much information you know, what you need to revise and how long you have to revise. Then, the site will create a schedule, or timetable, you should follow in order to revise in a timely manner. You can look at the schedule any time you need.
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