Study schedule, help please!
By saaammie
On 05/15/2013 13:54:22
Hi. I feel really silly for asking this because I *should* be able to do it myself. Only I can't. I'm not good at studying. I'm lazy, I guess is the problem, and I procrastinate. And now I have until June 4th to learn everything in a class that I HAVE to pass otherwise I won't be able to start my master's this fall. And I'm already panicking over having so little time and then I end up doing nothing. I simply need set things to do everyday. Is anyone good at this sort of thing? Organizing and making up a study schedule? You would earn my absolute eternal gratitude.
re: Study schedule, help please!
By Kekoa
On 05/15/2013 14:28:09
The key to a successful study schedule is to make it realistic, write it down, and never deviate from it unless you're really sick or your house is burning down. Realistically, how much time do you need to dedicate each day? Three hours? Do three separate one hour blocks. For instance, 11 am-12 pm, 3pm-4pm, 7pm-8pm. By allowing yourself flexibility, you can schedule around things you want to do; a tv show you want to watch, going out to dinner, etc. Mostly though...give yourself no excuses. Turn off your cell phone and tv. If you have to use your computer, download a second browser and log out of all chats/types of social media. For instance, Chrome is my everyday browser, I use it for everything. But, when I need to study, I close it out completely and open up Firefox. None of my passwords are remembered in it, so there's no temptation to quickly check Facebook.
re: Study schedule, help please!
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