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Following on my exam timetable printable that I posted last week, I thought I’d upload a matching revision timetable!

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  • Free GCSE Revision Timetable Template

Published 22nd March 2024 by Alastair

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Free GCSE Revision Timetable Template

GCSE Revision Timetables: Why do I need one?

An effective revision timetable will ensure you have a plan to cover all the topics you need to cover. You will have been studying for nearly two years , and a timetable will help prevent you from feeling overwhelmed by the task of revisiting and recapping all that learning.

It is essential to start your revision planning early and to stay organised to give you a sense of control. This guide will help you create a revision timetable that works for you, with tips on planning, setting goals, and managing your time.

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Benefits of Using a Revision Timetable

  • You will feel great achievement as you work through it and bring together everything you have learned.
  • It will help ensure you have not missed out on any topics
  • It will help you spread your revision over the time available and avoid last-minute cramming
  • It will help you make the best use of your time, including time for rest and recreation.

Questions to Ask Yourself Before Creating a Revision Timetable

  • How much time is there before the start of the exams – do you know the date of your first exam?
  • Make a list of all the subjects you are studying for your GCSEs – it is surprisingly easy to forget one and have to adjust your timetable later. Break them down into topics and papers.
  • Ask yourself, which subjects do you find most challenging? Prioritise topics where you feel you may have gaps in your knowledge.
  • Are there specific topics or areas within subjects that you feel less confident about and might need a different approach or a little extra time?
  • Do you have a preferred study method? Do you like to work alone or with friends; do you like to use online resources or your own notes from class?
  • Do you have any extra-curricular activities or commitments you need to factor in? A regular sporting activity or a visit to family.
  • What time of day do you find most productive for study? Are you an early bird or do you prefer to start the day doing something different before settling to study?

How to Create a Revision Timetable

We all have our own preferences for exactly how and when we want to study. The key is to decide what works best for you and to devise a timetable that will support your study and revision style. The suggestions in this guide will help you create a pathway that suits you.

Availabilities

The amount of time you have for revision in a week will vary considerably and you will need separate timetables for school term time and for the holidays. Even if you are not an early bird, it is a good idea to start by 9.00am during the holidays. Exams often start at 9.00 so it is a good habit to develop to be studying early.

Goal Setting

Set yourself realistic goals. Prioritise the subjects and topics you feel less confident about and allocate enough time to go over topics more than once, to recap and relearn where necessary. If you are still attending lessons, you may be taking on new information right up to the end. Make sure you know how marks are allocated in the exams.

Subject Focus

Don’t try to cover too many subjects in one session but plan to go back and revisit your learning. When you start planning, make sure you know all the topics and papers for each subject so that nothing is left out. If you are studying ten subjects, for example, you could cover them all over 2 - 3 days, then go back.

Commitments

Block out any regular commitments and don’t forget those one-off promises to visit family, finish some chores, walk the dog. Although perhaps someone will help you with your chores while you are revising for your GCSE exams!

As well as regular commitments, it is important to schedule in regular breaks and some fun activities. If you are working at a desk, get up regularly for a stretch, make a drink, talk to someone for 5 minutes, walk round the garden. If you plan your day carefully and are organised you can still fit in some much-needed down time. Remember to rest and try to eat healthily.

Topics Already Tackled

Don’t forget to allocate some time to go back over topics you have already revised. It is much better to revisit your learning than to cram a subject for two days and never look at it again. This is also when flashcards and other revision aids can be helpful as well – a few minutes every day looking over notes for key topics in each subject will help everything sink in.

Colour Coding

Colour is key! Using different colours for each subject will make the timetable easier to read and understand. You will be able to see at a glance what is on your schedule, when you will next be studying a particular subject, how many sessions you have planned for each subject.

You can even allocate your favourite colours to your favourite subjects.

GCSE Revision Timetable Template

There are many different places to create a free timetable online. One that we recommend is from Third Space Learning . They can provide you with a free revision timetable template, which you can use to structure your personal revision.

However, you can always create your own! Whether by drawing it out by hand or using Microsoft Office tools.

You can see the timetable we've made below:

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How to Use Our Timetable Template

1. Start by counting the number of whole days left and multiplying by the number of sessions you want to have in a day. For example, if you have 10 days and are planning 6 hour-long sessions in a day, multiply 10 x 6 = 60.

2. You have 60 revision sessions which you can allocate to your subjects. You may want to prioritise and give more hours to some – this is where you will need to think carefully about what you need to cover, but make sure you don’t squeeze anything out completely.

3. Now start to fill in the slots on your timetable – remember those colours! You may need a few attempts at this to make sure everything is included, but that’s OK – this is your timetable. There may be other days when you know you will only have a couple of hours – perhaps timetable some quick flashcard revision, or an online quiz, or just focus on one subject you feel needs a little extra.

4. Go back to your timetable at least once a week and think about what you have achieved and whether you need to adjust anything for the next week.

Strategies for Effective Revision

Once you have made your timetable, have ensured that you have included all your subjects, allowed for revisiting topics and included breaks, here are some revision strategies you can use to help you make the best use of that time.

  • Active learning: Don’t just sit and read your books and notes. Make flashcards, explain a concept to a family member, stick post-it notes around your room, use coloured pens for different topics
  • Practice questions: Use exam style questions to test your understanding and make sure you can apply what you have learned
  • Past papers: Make sure you are familiar with the format for each subject, and the types of questions asked.
  • Interleaving: Return to topics to reinforce learning. I have “interleaved” this idea several times, so I hope it sticks!

How many hours a day should I revise for GCSEs?

There really is no easy answer to this one. During term time, you will have homework to complete, but an hour or two a day of revision during the week will help ensure you stay on top of your schedule. During the holidays, and at weekends, you will be able to work more hours. A good target to set yourself is seven hours, but if you feel that is unrealistic, aim for at least five.

How far in advance should I start creating a timetable?

Really the sooner the better. Even if at first it is a broad mapping out of subjects across the weeks before exams, once you have the exam timetable and you have a better idea of the areas you feel need more time, you can firm things up. Be prepared to adjust your timetable as well.

Is it better to study for shorter periods more frequently or longer periods less often?

This will depend on your personal learning style and the time available. At times you will do a few hours of revision in a day, but then make sure you get up, move around, take short breaks. If you have limited time, spend a few minutes going through your flashcards or ask a friend or family member to ask you questions based on your notes. Remember that in the exams you will have to sit and concentrate for prolonged periods of time – over two hours for some English papers – so it is good practise to revise for longer periods.

What should I do if I fall behind schedule on my revision timetable?

Don’t panic! Step back, take a bit of time to review the time left and prioritise the topics and subjects you feel you need to. Your timetable is a tool to help you, so take control and make it work for you.

We hope you find this guide to creating a revision timetable helpful. You have worked hard for two years; now is the time to show off what you have learned. A revision timetable is just one tool that can help you make the most of your study time, but an important one.

If revision can sometimes seem overwhelming, a clear plan helps you feel in control and stay on top of things. If you feel it is all getting too much, talk to someone—a parent, teacher, or friend—and take a break and come back refreshed.

At Ivy Education, we run GCSE Revision Courses which can be a great way to reset your learning and perhaps see things in a slightly different light.

Alastair - Ivy Education - Author of Free GCSE Revision Timetable Template

BY Alastair

Alastair Delafield is the Managing Director and founder of Ivy Education.

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How To Create And Use A Simple Revision Timetable Template [FREE TEMPLATE] 

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Revision timetable templates and exam revision plans help reduce exam stress and maximise preparation. They also help keep students accountable and on task. But with so many exams to prepare for, creating your own revision timetable or study planner can be daunting.

This article explores revision timetables, what a good weekly timetable should look like and provide revision timetable templates and checklists.

 As part of the development of our GCSE maths revision resources, we’ve also been looking at what additional support we can give teachers and students for how to revise for maths and how to revise for GCSE .  

One of the outcomes of this was a free revision timetable template which you can download straightaway if you know your students need it. 

If you think you or they will need more persuading, read on! 

Editable GCSE Revision Timetable

Editable GCSE Revision Timetable

Use this free revision timetable template to help your students plan their GCSE revision. Includes revision tips and what to include in a revision timetable to ensure you're prepared for the exam.

What is a revision timetable template?

A revision timetable template is a tool for managing study time and exam preparation. Your revision timetable template will include space for a study plan or day-to-day breakdown of the content you intend to cover in each revision session. It may also include an exam timetable for the GCSE 2024 dates, dates of mock exams and any after school group study sessions. 

Revision timetable templates help students to know what, when and how to revise . They are an important revision technique for GCSE revision, A-Level revision and revision for any other exams beyond that. 

Stay updated for 2024 GCSE season Join our email list to be alerted to any new changes to GCSE maths exams in 2024. We’ve got all the GCSE dates 2024 and we will be reviewing the contents of each of the GCSE maths papers in 2024 and taking a good look at the GCSE results 2024 in August. Take a look at GCSE Maths Paper 1 2024 Analysis And Revision Topic List

Why do you need a revision timetable template?

Revision timetables give students control. They allow them to implement effective time management and track the material covered. Rather than confronting a whole textbook or note-taking books at once, a revision timetable breaks up the modules to cover each day to maximise revision time. A revision planner or timetable focuses on students’ specific needs and learning gaps. It provides autonomy to choose how much time is spent on individual topics over the revision period.

How to use a revision timetable 

1. allow for flexibility .

Students should stick to their revision timetable as closely as possible, but it is not set in stone, they should be open to making adjustments. One day students may be tired, or feel unwell and not cover all of the content that day. Remind them not to panic. At the end of the day note down what topics need to be revisited. 

2. Make it adaptable

On the other hand, students may find that the original revision timetable template they created at the beginning of the revision period isn’t working. A revision timetable is supposed to help with revision. If it’s not, adapt it. 

3. Maintain realism

Revision timetables need to be realistic to avoid last-minute cramming. Nobody can sit through revision sessions for six hours a day without breaks for four months straight. Students need small, frequent breaks to digest information.

For example, revision planners may accommodate for thirty minutes of work followed with a ten-minute break to get a drink or take a walk, before sitting back down to study some more. 

A revision timetable should provide a sense of achievement each day, not overwhelm and negativity. Encourage students to break revision down into achievable and digestible chunks. 

Create a personalised revision timetable

Help guide students’ revision and create revision timetables in class. There are a few different ways to design a revision timetable.

  • Some students may include all of their subjects on one revision timetable, for example, maths, English, science and foundation subjects.
  • Others may create a unique timetable or study planner for each subject.

Students can create their timetables for exam revision in many ways. some may use Excel, others may prefer to download a ready-made free revision timetable template.

Before looking at the revision timetable template ask students:

  • What grade do you hope to achieve?
  • What grade are you currently working at?
  • What are your stronger/weaker subjects? 
  • What are your stronger/weaker topics?
  • What gaps do you need to fill to achieve your desired results for each subject?

How to divide up content on a revision timetable

Encourage students to think about dividing up the revision content into a weekly schedule. Some things to consider:

  • How much time is there before exams?
  • What are the priority subjects and topics? What subjects/topics are students most and least confident in?
  • How can subjects be broken into topics? 

Third Space Learning’s online one-to-one GCSE Revision Programme uses diagnostic testing to help students and teachers identify gaps in maths learning. Maths specialist tutors then tailor sessions to the needs of each student to plug these gaps. Using worked examples and exam-style questions, Third Space Learning’s online GCSE Revision Programme aims to help students prepare for the exams and boost confidence going into the exams. 

worked example gcse fractions problem.

Interleaving revision

Interleaving is an effective revision technique to consider when creating a revision timetable template. This approach involves mixing up and cycling through connected topics before returning to older topics revised less recently. 

For example, rather than spending a whole week revising only graphs and then setting that aside once the week is done, spend some time each day on several topics and revisit them the following week to review previous revision. 

Students may be less open to interleaving as it takes longer to see the impact. However, if they persevere, the results of interleaving revision are far superior to blocked practice.

Interleaving vs blocked practice

5 things to make time for on a revision timetable

Once time is divided, think about what students should cover in each revision session planned out on their study timetable.

Provide students with these revision tips and study tips on the revision techniques to prioritise:

  • Active learning 
  • Making and reviewing flashcards
  • Practice questions 
  • Exam questions 
  • Past papers 

1. Active learning

Active learning means systematically studying the syllabus to address any gaps in knowledge or understanding.

It can be tempting to read over notes, but actively practising concepts and formulas students find difficult is much more beneficial when revising.

2. Flashcards

Flashcards are an effective revision tool. Though premade flashcards are available for purchase, it is often best for students to make their own as actively creating flashcards will help retain revision. 

Once students have written the flashcards, they can use them to test themselves.

Top tips for using flashcards:

  • Split flashcards up into those answered correctly and those that need revisiting
  • Revisit each pile of flashcards until all questions are answered correctly at least once 

3. Practice questions

Practice questions and GCSE maths questions with worked answers are useful in demonstrating how to answer specific types of questions.

Exam boards may produce worked example questions. Go through worked examples in class and guide students to online resources they can add to their revision timetable template such as YouTube.

4. Exam questions

Review past exam questions to help students understand the structure of the exam. Looking at exam questions helps students understand what to expect on exam day and how much time to dedicate to questions worth different marks.

Reviewing previous exam questions from recent years may even indicate what may appear on the real exam.  

5. Past papers

Although it may be unpleasant for teachers and students, students need to make time to complete past exam papers in exam conditions on their revision timetable template.

Familiarity with the types of questions on the exam and how marks are awarded is crucial to developing good exam techniques and time management.

Students can complete these as part of their revision timetable in 10-20 question increments under timed exam conditions to feel more comfortable and ease exam anxiety on exam day.

Start effectively with this free revision timetable template

Third Space Learning wants to help your students succeed. Here’s a printable, blank GCSE revision timetable template to personalise.

This study timetable template can be used across GCSE exam boards (AQA, Edexcel, OCR, SQA, WJEC) as a daily planner to guide revision. 

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How to use this free revision timetable template

Third Space Learning’s revision timetable template is a short but valuable resource which can be photocopied multiple times.

Or, students can download this free planner template directly and fill it in to match their needs. 

This revision timetable template is complete with a blank revision timetable and an example of what a completed study timetable might look like.

While students can use this revision timetable template for all GCSE subjects, the example provided is for maths as Third Space Learning are maths specialists.

revision timetable template printable

While students can use this revision timetable template for all GCSE subjects, the example provided is for maths as maths specialists.

Step-by-step guide and top tips to complete the free revision timetable template

  • Prompt students to start with a list of 5-6 topics they need to revise, preferably identified from past papers or diagnostic assessments. All students who receive Third Space Learning’s online tuition sit an initial diagnostic test to identify any learning gaps in maths. Use these free diagnostic questions to help students identify mathematical learning gaps.
  • Use the list of topics to create a revision cycle. For example, students might do 10 minutes of Pythagoras and 10 minutes of simultaneous equations on Monday, then 10 minutes of index laws followed by 10 minutes of surds on Tuesday. Promote interleaving of revision topics throughout the week where appropriate. 
  • Task students with reading through class notes and any relevant revision guide notes. They may also work through step-by-step examples from memory. 
  • Incorporate regular flashcard reviews to ensure key formulae are well memorised. Aim to do this weekly.
  • When students feel confident in their understanding, they may work through a topic-based worksheet to check their understanding. Third Space Learning offers a wide range of free topic-based GCSE maths worksheets and GCSE revision mats , with skills practice, applied questions and exam questions. 
  • Once students are confident with the topic, they can use past papers and find similar exam questions to attempt – or correct questions they have previously answered incorrectly.
  • Ensure timings are open and flexible depending on students’ needs. For example, some might prefer to work with 15 or 20 minute slots, or have commitments on particular nights of the week. This is a suggested programme and can be adapted to individual needs.
  • Closer to the exam – probably around February half term – encourage students to use their revision time to complete a practice paper every week. This can be tied into review in class. 
  • Encourage students to review their own work using mark schemes, or access tutorials and walkthroughs on YouTube if they are completely stuck. 
  • As students complete papers, they will continue to identify topics that still need to be addressed in another cycle of revision as described above.

Building good study skills

GCSE exams are likely not the last time students need to revise content. Whether it’s A-Levels, university exams, professional qualifications or even driving tests, the revision skills students gain preparing for the GCSE exams will be useful throughout their lives.

For this reason, it’s important to take this opportunity to develop robust revision skills. Hopefully, this revision timetable template can help develop the study skills they need to succeed.

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GCSE revision timetable template – Free printable PDF for Year 11

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Years 10-11

Our free, printable PDF GCSE revision timetable templates are perfect for students setting out on their journey towards academic success.

These templates empower students to manage their study schedules with precision and maximise their GCSE revision efforts.

The GCSE revision timetable templates serve as a roadmap. They allow students to plan dedicated time slots for each subject, ensuring comprehensive coverage of the syllabus.

With customisable options, students can tailor their timetables to suit their individual needs. This might be setting more time to challenging subjects or including breaks for optimal productivity.

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These templates instil discipline and organisation, helping students prioritise their revision tasks and avoid last-minute cramming.

By breaking down revision into smaller chunks, students can approach their studies methodically. This helps to foster deeper understanding and retention of key concepts.

Moreover, our revision cube download adds an interactive element to the revision process. The revision cube, a 3D tool, provides a dynamic approach to revising key topics across different subjects.

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Students can write key points or questions on each face of the cube, creating a tactile and engaging study aid. Rolling the cube prompts spontaneous revision, reinforcing learning through repetition and active recall.

These resources promote time management skills essential for academic success and beyond. By learning to effectively plan their time, students develop valuable habits that will serve them well in the future.

These free printable PDF GCSE revision timetable templates are perfect tools for students seeking to excel in their exams. By providing structure, organisation and interactivity, these resources empower students to approach their learning with confidence and achieve their full potential.

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Organise your revision time

Balancing studying with the fun stuff in life can be difficult. Revising can get in the way of everything from meeting friends to relaxing after school.

Building a revision plan helps you manage your time more effectively. It gives you a clear idea of what subjects and topics you’ll be revising each day and helps you organise your studies around your life.

The Study Planner:

  • Builds revision sessions around your life
  • Automatically adds revision sessions for you 
  • Reminders of revision sessions

Why build a revision timetable?

Revision shouldn’t be left to chance - your exams are just too important. By not planning you can run out of time, miss vital information and find it all a bit too much.

A revision timetable helps you avoid all of this. 15 minutes of planning will help you be more productive, keep you motivated and will boost your confidence for the challenge ahead.

  • Creates a detailed plan for you in 15 minutes
  • Gives you reminders to keep you to plan
  • Lets you adjust your revision time for each exam​

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What makes a good revision plan?

A good revision plan should be:

Realistic: everyone has good intentions, but be careful not to set a plan you can’t stick to. Nobody can do 12 hours of revision a day.

Detailed: a good plan breaks revision into chunks, specifies times for studying and assigns each time to a subject or topic.

Flexible: some topics are difficult and may take you longer than you planned. Don’t be afraid to adjust your plan accordingly.

  • Automatically schedules revision around your life
  • Breaks your revision into manageable chunks
  • Easy to change and update

How to create your revision timetable

  • Get all the information y ou need - this includes your exam dates, lesson timetable, shifts at work and when you’re meeting your friends.
  • Block out the times you can’t study - be realistic, if you’re not going to work before 10am on a Sunday block that time out.
  • Pick a revision start date - pin down a day to get started and think about your revision priorities. Some subjects and topics will take longer than others.
  • Plot your revision sessions - decide how much time you’re going to spend on each topic and schedule in breaks.
  • Display your plan - a plan is no good if you don’t check it. Print it out and put in on your wall so that you can remind yourself what you’re studying and when.
  • Easy to block out times when you can’t study
  • Has colour options to help visualise your plan
  • Printable so that you can stick it on your wall​

Using your revision timetable to stay motivated

Sticking to a revision plan is hard. Try sharing your plan with friends and family so they can keep you on track and make sure your plan stays accurate by updating it when things change.

Ticking off topics when you’ve covered them will give you a sense of achievement and revision will be more interesting if you vary the way you revise. Try making your own flashcards and mind maps, get together with friends and test each other and don’t forget to practise past questions.

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These are useful and effective tools that can help you prepare for exams and achieve the grades you deserve. Some people prefer  A4  sized daily or weekly timetables whilst others prefer larger wall sized charts that cover a month long period. Whatever your preference you can use the revision timetable templates on this page as a base to  organise  your revision periods. Our blank timetables can be downloaded,  personalised  and then printed off or saved on to your computer. This gives you the option of filling in a paper or online version.

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Tips on making a revision timetable:

  • When compiling a schedule try to be as realistic as possible. Do not try to overburden your day with an agenda that you have no real chance of completing.
  • Make a list of the subjects that you need to revise for between now and your exams.
  • Work out which subjects have the most content that needs to be revised.
  • Concentrate on those specific topics or modules that you are weak on.
  • Break down major revision subjects into smaller parts, this can help you make your studying more precise.
  • Ensure that you include break times during the day, these are important to help you unwind and to make sure you don’t burn yourself out.
  • Work out when you ‘study best’, for instance some people are able to concentrate better in the morning. Then use these times to study those topics that require the most effort and energy.
  • Do not leave your most difficult or hardest subjects till the end of the day. Instead try to get these out of the way early on.
  • After completing a revision period cross it off from your timetable. This will help to instil a sense of accomplishment.
  • At the end of each week assess your performance and change your plans accordingly.
  • Consider using different coloured pens to highlight specific classes or rank subjects according to importance. However if you feel you may be changing things around then use a simple pencil.
  • Keep your timetable flexible and be ready to change it if circumstances change.
  • Try not to spend the whole day revising one subject.
  • Most experts suggest studying in slots of 40 minutes and then taking a break before your next session.

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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 .

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How To Use Your Revision Timetable

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.

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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.

Tips For Creating A Revision Timetable That Works

  • First, remember to add to your timetable any commitments that you already have during the week. If you have a weekly sports training session, music rehearsal, a weekend job or a trip out with family or friends planned, put that in first.
  • Next make a list of every topic that you want to cover this week. It could be "revise covalent bonding" or "make flashcards of all my Spanish verbs" or "revise probability". It is much more effective to decide a specific topic to revise rather than just put "English Lit" or "Business Studies".
  • Now add them to your timetable. Some people find it helps to colour code subjects with a highlighter, or by using different coloured pens. Whatever helps you!
  • When you have finished your revision session cross it out. It is always encouraging to see how much you have acheived!

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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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Why should I revise for GCSEs? 

After months and almost two years of working on one of the most rigorous set of national exams in the world, you’ll need to set aside clear time to create a GCSE revision timetable to properly consolidate your learning from the two-year course. 

But why should you be focusing so much on a GCSE revision timetable? Well, revision allows you to:

  • Recap and recall your prior knowledge and learning so that it stays with you stronger, and for longer
  • Fill-in any knowledge gaps for areas you might have missed the first time around as you prepare for exams
  • Deepen your knowledge and understanding, and allow you to think more critically (and improve your grades!) 

So how many months before GCSEs should you revise? Well remember that for lots of subjects, you won’t even finish the course till not long before your first exam! It’s for that reason that you’re better off starting sooner rather than later. 

It’s most beneficial to consolidate your learning after every unit you’ve learnt before a ‘big revision’ before your assessments, and this will ultimately make this time a lot easier as well. With a few months to go, think about these three options as you begin to plan your time: 

Option 1: 2 months ahead

6-8 weeks ahead of all of your exams is the ideal time to start revising using your books, quizzes, apps and notes . This could factor in the Easter holidays ahead of the end of May start date, as well as any study periods you might have, or a combination of the two!

Splitting up your subjects into papers, units and topics, and allocating something for every subject every day is imperative to train your brain to learn it for longer. Imagine you’re training for a marathon; you wouldn’t run the full distance the day before your race. You’d build up to it, starting with a mile run up to 6 months before the big day. 

Ultimately, however you want to split up your day, remember not to revise one subject all at once before moving onto the next. By the time you get to the last subject on your GCSE revision timetable, you’ll have forgotten the first! 

With a couple of months to go, you have time to make proper revision notes on each unit and topic before testing yourself. 

Option 2: 1 month ahead

With a month to go, you’ll have a little less time to revise expertly. You’re going to have to RAG rate your units within your subjects and prioritise. Already scoring highly in your recent Human Geography unit? Know your 19c Literature text really well? Leave these out till a quick recap a few days before the exam and prioritise the subjects you’re most worried about. 

With less time to spare, you’ll need to be ruthless!

You can also increase how smart you’re revising to save yourself some time. With a month to go, you’ll need to focus on bitesize revision videos, practice questions (and have them marked!) and verbal recall rather than spending hours making flashcards. 

Option 3: A few weeks ahead

So, you’ve left your GCSE revision timetable till late? You’ll definitely need to prioritise your most underdeveloped topics and units, as well as your highest-gain questions and answers. 

Already achieving well in your English Language Q2 and 3? But not so strong on Q4? Focus on practising the latter, and get feedback from your teacher or tutor, then do another! 

At this stage, quick recall tasks like quizzes and timed writing are going to be heaps more effective than making notes and flashcards (which are not going to stay in your head for a few more weeks to come!). 

We’ve done the hard work for you! Remember to download our GCSE revision timetable template. Then, write down and lay out all of your subjects (and their specific units) in front of you in a list (for example instead of just ‘History’, split this up into the Russian Revolution and the History of Medicine). 

Take some time to tick each of them off your GCSE revision timetable, focusing on prioritising your hardest topics and subjects first.

Remember, for the topics you’re finding the trickiest, pop them back in your GCSE revision timetable at intermittent periods so that you train your brain to recall and remember it right up to your exam. It’s not enough to revise it once!

Remember these key rules as you start to use and apply your GCSE revision timetable:

  • Focus the majority of your effort on topics most likely to come up in the exam and carry the most marks (don’t forget to factor in any changes that your exam board made because of Covid-19)
  • Measure progress based on topic coverage and quiz results rather than time studied for - time spent does not = improvement!
  • Your timetable isn’t fixed. Adapt your timetable to accommodate for the rate at which you are able to understand and memorise information.

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It can be hard to decide how much time to spend on revision per day. Especially as everybody does it differently. These exams are important for the rest of your life, and whilst it can be tempting to give up now, you’ll have a wonderful two months off for summer very soon. So keep the momentum up!

A good rule of thumb is to spend about 7 hours a day on your revision during the holidays, factoring in plenty of time for breaks. Work better from 9-4 or 11-5? Factor this into your timetable, with added time for rest breaks and healthy food. Can’t manage 7? Even just 5 will help. 

With an hour allocated to each subject, that means if you study 10, that you can cover something for everything over a two-day period. You’ll gain a huge feeling of success!

What about while you’re still at school? Giving yourself solid time in the evening, after a break and before dinner and bedtime, to recall your learning from the day means you’ll have less to relearn and revise when it comes to your GCSE revision timetable. Be sure to make these a few short, sharp 25 minute slots per day as you’ll already be plenty tired from school. 

From us at GoStudent, best of luck with your GCSE revision timetable and GCSEs this summer! Be sure to pause and relax afterwards, and don’t worry about your results until the day itself.

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