In addition to utilizing a personal revision checklist, you may want to create a revision strategy based on the amount of time you have to revise. Because revising is an important part of the writing process, allowing yourself enough time and planning a timeline of revision events that line up with due dates is an effective approach.
Focus on a Timetable-Allow at least two weeks for revisions. This gives the person giving you feedback time, plus allows you time when you are implementing the feedback.
Compartmentalize-Divide your revisions into higher order and lower order concerns. Focus on one at a time. Keep in mind you will have several passes in one paper.
Utilize Time Management Tools-Use your calendar to plan out the timeline so that all revisions are completed before the due date.
Multitask- If you are waiting to receive comments from peer reviewers, writing center advisers, friends, or family, that doesn’t mean you can’t begin self-review at the same time or use grammar checking tools to begin locating areas needing revision.