Draw up , make , work out a timetable

My mom said that I should study according to a timetable. So she said:

You should make / draw up/ work out a timetable.

What should I use: "make / draw up/ work out "?
Thank you
 
  • suzi br

    Senior Member
    English / England
    I don’t see any significant difference here.

    You could say plan or devise too. It’s not important which verb you choose. Getting the timetable ready is the important thing. ;)
     
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