We are told and from personal experience that January to May flies by. You may not think it now as the January days go by at a snail’s pace, but in two weeks’ time, Spring is upon, two weeks after it is St. Valentine’s Day, then St. Patrick’s Day, quickly followed by Easter (which is early this year – ?). All these calendar milestones make time go faster causing precious lost unplanned time periods never to be utilised again.
If you haven’t done it by now, you need to ‘up’ your study plan hours by re-visiting the plan you had done for September-December time period. You only have five months to go to what are (whether you like it or not) the most important examinations of your life so far.
You now need to be planning between 25-30 hours of homework / study each week (a week being seven days Monday to Sunday). The homework period will slowly reduce and transition into study time as the weeks go by and from Easter it will be all study.
Below is a timetable example that you may need to view and consider and introduce into your life for the next five months.
Do not regret not putting in the time and effort. If you don’t, you will be rewarded.
Enjoy the final few months of your secondary school education by seizing every day, indeed every hour…they will fly by…!