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September 19, 2017 at 9:18 am

The Value of Time Management for Studying

Woman studyingStudying is often thought of as a dreadful activity—at least for students who do not actually like learning. But studying can be enjoyable and productive if you know how to make the most of your time.

Time management is one skill that you must master while you are a student. It can even help you a lot once you are out in the real world. Properly managing your time will also help you keep track of your progress when it comes to projects and reviews.

Whether you are taking a course in Singapore or studying at home, here are some tips that will help you with time management.

Use a diary

You will need a journal and planner if you want to keep your things organised. You can put your class schedule for the semester, so it will be easier for you to find a suitable time to study. List on your diary all your to-dos, which include your homework, research, and projects. Take note of a deadline and tick each task off once you are done.

Pick a time

Studying becomes more efficient and productive if you are doing it at the right time. Find the perfect time; it could be the time after dinner, in the morning, or in the afternoon. Just make sure that this slot is specifically dedicated to studying.

Make it a habit

You have to make studying a habit. And when it becomes one, it will easily stick to your schedule, thus making time management truly efficient and effective. If you want to make it a habit, you can ask your friends and classmates to join you.

These are just some of the things you need to keep in mind if you want to make time management work for you. You can visit a study group or ask help from your university’s study personnel services.

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