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Useful Study Manage Time

Imagine that it’s a history class and the chapter you’ve been assigned to read has 25 pages. If it’s Monday, and the unit test is going to be on the following Wednesday, that gives you 10 days to read, study, and learn that material. If you divide the 25 pages by the 10 days, you’ll see how very little work is really required to stay on top of that material.

All that you have to do is read and understand about 2.5 pages per day. If you only have to work through 2.5 pages, and you are using good note-taking and study tools, then you can easily accomplish this much work on a daily basis for each class. Or, if you want to be able to take the whole weekend off, you can take out Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from your time table, and that leaves you 7 days. In the example above, that would mean that you will have to study about 3.5 pages each day. If you follow this plan, you can keep up with the work, and you can still “play” all weekend.

This study time table lets you adapt to fit the schedule you want to have, and that’s the beauty of taking just a little time to plan your study time. Spend a few minutes each day reviewing the previous day’s notes and information, work through your budgeted number of pages, and you’ll find that the material is easy to manage and you can avoid those last-minute cramming sessions.

Using this strategy, you can easily work through assigned reading, papers that have to be written, test preparation, and any type of school project. Remember to allow time for research work, gathering of supplies, etc. if the assignment includes those needs, but a study time budget is easy to do, and highly effective for all subjects!