No matter how well-intentioned your study timetable is, you are unlikely to follow it for long if it does not also include other regular activities that take up your time (such as work and sport) as well as those that make you happy and reduce stress (such as hanging out with family and friends, and your favourite hobbies). Include them all in your timetable, so that you break up the work periods with things that calm you, clear your mind, or allow you to stay fit and healthy.
As soon as you find out the due date of each Assignment or Test, for any of your subjects, enter it into this Template Assessment Planner so you can see at a glance all your deadlines for the term. Remember to also include any special events, such as weddings, birthdays or other occasions that are special throughout semester.
If you have more than one assessment task in any particular week, use the general assignment/preparation time in your Timetable to prepare one of them in advance. In this way you can avoid workload bottlenecks and over-nighters that are really not beneficial to your health, or your marks.