Planning your studying is the first and most important step in exam preparation. It is important that before you even touch your text book or go and learn online, that you have a plan. It could be to timetable exactly how many study slots you have, then to divide your topics amongst each slot.

People have been developing these plans for years, do not try to re-invent the wheel, as frankly you do not have the time as you should be studying already! We really like this article by wikiHow on creating a study plan. Go check it out and good luck!

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