The best Time Table for learning #7
If you are reading this post then I am sure that you have a timetable and most probably you are not following it completely.
I am not saying that you are not following it but sometimes you feel I don’t want to do it.
So I’ve brought this timetable and it’s called the retrospective revision timetable. And it's not a type of timetable that will make you a master in time management but by using this timetable you can exclude the term time from the timetable.
So what the hell is this time table that doesn’t bound you with time. well, let me show you the picture of my time table then I will tell you about it.
Here you can see I haven’t added timestamps in my time table. It is because in this type of time table you are not bound with time.
you can see I’ve set my complete timing of the subject and it is 30 Jan it’s under physics. It means I have to complete my physics till 30 Jan. And you don’t have to worry that you haven’t done that topic on that day. Trust me it feels so much light when you have a time table like this.
Now you can see there are different colors on different topics.
Red - revise whenever you get time (most important)
Yellow- revise when all red are revised (2nd most important)
blue- topics that I know very well
In this time table, you don’t have to worry about timing and you know that what you have to revise (the red ones). Many people procrastinate because they don’t know what to do.
I am not telling you that completely copy this timetable feel free to edit this. Like many people say they like timestamps so they add time. Many people write specific topics so do whatever you want to do with this timetable and make your own which works for you.
Today I told you about this timetable but time management is a very essential part so tomorrow I will write about how to manage your time like a master.
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