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Timetables are a great studying tool. (iStock)
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It's full-steam ahead to the end of the year exams.

From Grade 4 onward your kids may be starting to write formal exams or tests.

Getting your kids to set up a study timetable is a great way to get them to manage their time and having a plan of action is a good way to lessen the stress of exams.

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Make sure they set aside time for eating, break times and, most importantly, getting an early night.

Click on the images below to print it for them. You can either print a few copies for the upcoming study weeks or laminate one copy and use a whiteboard marker to fill in that week's material that needs to be focused on.

1. Print the weekly study timetable: Bold 'n basic

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2. Print the weekly study timetable: Arsty fartsy

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3. Print the weekly study timetable: Kitty luv

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