With finals coming up I started to make a study schedule to keep me on track! All three years I have used a study schedule to map out which days I will study for which classes. I also make sure I map out breaks and times for myself so I don’t go absolutely crazy! I attached a FREE printable PDF of the schedule that I use below, so feel free to print it out and plan away!
Most of us are guilty of embarrassingly turning in an assignment late, or submitting at 11:58 when it’s due at 11:59. We procrastinate not because we are incapable of doing something, but because we would rather be doing anything else! I still procrastinate some small assignments here and there, but here are some tips that I use that have really helped me to stay on top of things so my to-do list doesn’t grow long!
As college students, we spend AT LEAST 50% of our lives studying, if not more. And sometimes even after a long night of studying, some of the concepts still don’t click the way we need them to if we really want to understand the material that will for sure be on the exam.
The one thing that is great though is that there is always another way things can be explained. When studying for exams, I almost never solely use what is given by my professor. Professors usually choose one way to explain a concept and if that way does not make sense to you, it more than likely won’t click until you find another way for it to be explained. This is at least true for me! I have found some great resources that have really worked for me in the past and that I think can be beneficial to you!