Calendar Template

Discussion in 'Step I' started by ask1288, Apr 9, 2007.

  1. ask1288

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    Hi all, so i decided to make a timetable/schedule for studying. I take the STEP 1 on jun 25, and so i have over 2 months, and do not want to draw out 30 days X 2 months on a paper trying to squeeze in what i'll be studying when...

    I am wondering if any of you know a website where i can download a calendar/ template that i can just print and make my schedule?

    as a tip a 3rd yr told me that for the last month, you want to make the schedule horly i.e. instead of saying "i'll do biochem on thursday" immunology on friday etc... Make it 8-12 biochem, (according to him, it made him more efficient... ) (yeah i know my sample size for this n=1 is small, its a case report :)

    Good luck to everyone studying for the boards... we can do it!!!
     
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  3. Taus

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    open up microsoft word and do a search in the help menu for "templates, calendar"...they have several decent options
     
  4. doctorp82

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    Go to Outlook's Calendar, and use the month view. Go to File --> Print, and you can select a date range, but if you include one day in a given month, you get the full month printed out.
     
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    Seriously, GMAIL Calendar has it all.
     

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