Study planners help you to plan your study, taking into account assignment deadlines, your tuition and other day to day activities. Here are some suggestions to help you to organize your study plan.
1. Set realistic goals:
Plan a goal that you can execute well by breaking it down into smaller tasks. Fix the amount of time you want to spend on learning each day and how many subjects you would like to complete, based on this, chart out your schedule.
You can download free weekly schedule here.
2. Follow routine:
Routine is the link between your set goal and success. Stick to your routine whether you like it or not.
3. Include break time:
Study for 25 minutes, then take 5 minutes break for effective study. You can also use Tomato timer.
4. Include time for social life and family bonding:
This is needed for your overall well being and to keep you balanced physically, emotionally and mentally.
5. Accountability partner:
Find someone (one of your friends or a family member) to share your weekly schedule and to check on your progress.
6. Use Anki:
Anki is a program that makes remembering easy. You can increase the amount you learn or decrease the time you spend on studying using this program.