Example of a study timetable

For every 15 points, you will undertake 150 hours of study over the course of the semester. This equates to 10 or more hours study every week including attending classes (three to four hours) and working independently - either at home or at university (six to seven hours).

Below is an example of what a weekly timetable might look like for a Bachelor of Arts student. You can choose how you manage your work and where you study. It is very important to make good use of your study time outside classes.
 

Example of a study timetable for a first year Arts student
  Monday  Tuesday Wednesday  Thursday  Friday  Saturday
8-9am   In the Information Commons preparing PHIL 105 assignment     Meet a classmate over coffee to prepare for PHIL 105 tutorial  
9-10am In the Library reading for ECON 151G PHIL 105 lecture Meet History tutor to discuss essay PHIL 105 lecture  
10-11am JAPANESE 130 seminar JAPANESE 130 seminar JAPANESE 130 seminar JAPANESE 130 seminar In the Information Commons working on essay for HISTORY 125
11am-12pm   HISTORY 125 lecture HISTORY 125 lecture   PHIL 105 tutorial
12-1pm ECON 151G lecture   ECON 151G lecture      
1-2pm JAPANESE 130 lecture HISTORY 125 tutorial   In the Information Commons researching for HISTORY 125 essay In the self-access language lab for JAPANESE 130 In the Library working on ECON 151G assignment
2-3pm   In the Library reading for HISTORY 125 essay At home doing homework for JAPANESE 130  
3-4pm In the self-access language lab for JAPANESE 130 At home reading for ECON 151G assignment Researching for ECON 151G assignment At home working on PHIL 105 assignment
4-5pm In the Information Commons doing research for PHIL 105 assignment In the Library doing homework for JAPANESE 130    
5-6pm     At home doing homework for JAPANESE 130