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Drawing up a personal study timetable

by | Oct 24, 2014 | Higher Education

Hard work can take you far but well planned hard work can take you even further. If you really want to get the most out of your studying a timetable is essential. The trick is to draw up something that works for you – instead of you just working for it. Here’s a guide to help you create your perfect study plan.

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