Creating a Revision Timetable

A revision timetable can be just the thing you need to help you put more time into studying. It can also help you better allocate your time so that if you need to spend, say, 45 minutes studying one subject but only 20 minutes studying another, you can see at a glance which of your subjects needs you to devote more time to it.
Here is a step-by-step guide to creating a Revision Timetable on the University Twig website.

-After logging into your account, click “Student Planner” in the sidebar on the left.
- Now, you will be brought to a list of activities you can take part in on the site, like making flashcards and keeping track of your marks. Click on “Revision timetable” on the bottom.

-This will bring you to the blank canvas that will soon be your personalized Revision timetable. You can organize it by “Table View” or “List View.” Click on the “+” sign to the right of the screen.

- A pop-up window will appear that will ask you for such information as the name of your class, the start and end time of the class, and what day you have your class. You can also choose when to receive a reminder, be it an hour before the assignment is due or up to three weeks ahead of time. Fill in all of the appropriate information, then click “Save.” (If you only want to fill in the required information, simply fill in those fields marked with a red asterisk, then click “Save.”)

- If you left the priority as “High,” which is the default option, after clicking “Save,” you will see that entry marked with a red box indicating the high priority. Low priority gets a green box, and medium gets a blue one. This makes it incredibly easy to tell what is most important on your list.

- You can edit or delete these entries as necessary by clicking on the visible boxes within the subject name of each entry. That way, if a test is low priority right now because it isn’t scheduled until three months from now, but it becomes a higher priority the week that you need to study especially harder for it, you can adjust the severity as necessary.

The Revision timetable works like an Excel spreadsheet as a way of helping you keep track of your assignments and their priorities. At a glance you can see just how much work you have ahead of you and when to pay attention to certain subjects.

Now that you know about this major tool, you should try it yourself. All it takes is a quick Signup which is free.