Are you studying for tests and exams?
Here are a few tips:
Here’s how to do it:
Reclaim this time!
It’s a few minutes here and there throughout your day. Your studying efficiency can skyrocket, and some of this work may be your most focussed.
What can you do in a “fraction of time?”
Using a mind map, vocabulary flash cards, a cheat sheet full of math formulas, the periodic table for Chemistry, or lists of dates, jargon and definitions, you can use the fractions of time (that would otherwise be wasted in your day) to tackle exam content.
Keep easy-to-carry and portable materials on hand (in your backpack, purse, or binders) when you’re out during the day, and review them any time you have the chance.
Even if it’s just a few minutes of quick review, this focus will be effective and beneficial! It will all add up.
For example, pull out your flashcards or formulas cheat sheet:
If you’re new to the exam study process, be patient with yourself. Finding your unique study style takes time! Each time you go through exams, you’ll refine your skills and preferred style. You’ll learn how to work smarter every time you endure this process.
I urge you to realize how much time you have every day to tackle your tasks. Use the fractions of time whenever you can.
Get into the habit.
You’ll be pleased at what you can accomplish!
If you do this regularly, you can gain many more hours of valuable study time during your exam period.
I dare you to try this!
You can do it!
For more information about how to manage your time well, check out this video.