Many students have a perception that it is not that important to have a timetable for study. This is not true.
If it were, then why would a school or a college have a timetable.
Timetables only make your work easy by managing your time. If you have a timetable, you can give time to all the subjects equally.
Timetables should be made by every student by themselves, taking care of their comfort and preferences.
Nevertheless, we will attempt to give a timetable that would suit almost all the students in general.
Research has found out that solving maths is the ultimate workout for our brains. So, it is highly advised to start your study session with some maths problems.
We recommend starting with easy ones. Solving easy problems have a psychological effect on your brain.
It helps to boost your confidence. Once you are confident enough, move on to the difficult problems.
After mathematics, you can move to any of the subjects according to your wish.
But still, we recommend studying Physics before Chemistry.
Make sure to take proper rest between every subject.
Let’s assume that your school is over by 2 pm, then we can design a proper timetable.
This is what a general timetable should look like.
| Mathematics|| 3:00 pm – 4:oo pm|
| Rest|| 4:00 pm – 4:15 pm|
| Physics|| 4:15 pm – 5:15 pm|
| Rest|| 5:15 pm – 7:30 pm|
| Chemistry|| 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm|
| Rest|| 8:30 pm – 9:00 pm|
|Mathematics|| 9:00 pm – 9:35 pm|
|Chemistry|| 9:35 pm – 10:00 pm|
|Physics|| 10:00 pm – 10:30pm|
You can see that Mathematics is given more time than other subjects.
This is important because mathematics helps to increase your mental strength.
Try to give more time to Mathematics than other subjects when you design your timetable.
If you are still skeptical and need some guidance, you can check what advice the JEE toppers gave.