How to Create a Study Schedule – SUMMER STUDY ROUTINE 2017

How to Create a Study Schedule – SUMMER STUDY ROUTINE 2017

Summer is here and for a lot of people
it’s a time to enjoy the sun, have a vacation and relax. But if you need to
study this summer, it’s very important to create a study schedule so you have
enough time for your studies as well as time to enjoy your break. Even if you
don’t have any studying to do, this is a great season to develop a new skill,
explore a new hobby or work on a creative project that you didn’t have
time for earlier this year. So when you’re making your own study schedule –
here are five tips to keep in mind. The first is to start early. Some students
leave all their work until the last few days of the summer, then they panic about
not having enough time. As soon as you’re able, get started with your schedule. The
sooner you start the sooner all your work is done and you’re free to do
whatever you want during the holidays. The second tip is to create
a list of everything that needs to get done. You can for example write
everything in chronological order and separated by subject. This way you can
see everything you need to cover in the study plan. The third tip is to decide
how long it will take to complete all the things on your to-do list. Start
scheduling in each task around your summer plans. If you have an extra hour
you could brainstorm ideas for that essay you need to write. If you’re
spending two hours in the car – bring your notes and revise them. Before bed –
read the flashcards that you made. The fourth tip is to plan it out. Make a
schedule using a calendar or Excel. It could be daily, weekly or monthly
depending on which way you prefer to plan. Include all the tasks you want to
complete in that time period. Design it to what suits you the best and make it
something you want to follow. When you’re doing this, plan your time using two
kinds of time blocks: free time and fixed time. Free time is when you have other
summer activities and relax. Fixed time is when you need to do something which
you’ve determined beforehand regardless of most situations. As an example your fixed
hours can be between 8 a.m. and 1 p.m. when you are 100% focused on your
studies. You might need less hours or more hours. That’s up to you to decide and
depends on the goals you’ve set up for yourself. The last tip is to stick with it.
The best way to actually follow your study plan is by being motivated to use
it! Put it in a place where you see often. For instance near your bed
or above your desk. Each morning see what you need to do and
try to get it done. Reward yourself for completing the things you need to do and
cross them off your schedule. However, don’t be afraid to make changes to it. If
you can get something done sooner go ahead. But if you miss a day
don’t feel guilty about it. Adjust your schedule and create a new
plan. Remember that this is your break and you don’t need to work 24/7.
Spend time with your friends and family, have fun, be spontaneous and relax. Don’t
feel bad about having some downtime – because you deserve it. What are your
plans for this summer? Let me know in the comments below what your summer plans
are whether it’s studying, developing a new skill or traveling. Thank you for
watching and I’ll talk to you next time!

29 thoughts on “How to Create a Study Schedule – SUMMER STUDY ROUTINE 2017

  1. Happy summer everyone! Whether you're planning to study, work or relax this summer – hope you find these tips helpful to make the most out of your time 🙂 Thanks for watching!

  2. One of your best videos ever!❤❤❤It was really helpful with these tips! Love your videos!❤❤❤??

  3. Is it ok to start in the middle of the summer break? We start in September. I have a huge exam this year, and I need my grades to be good to go study abroad, but I wasn’t that good of a student before so teachers don’t really see me being smart and they are a little different to me. But I’m sure if I will be good at their subject they will like me, but I’m not sure whether I have enough time to study or not. Will thus help me? Also, do you have any tips to learn geometry, I have a problem with that.

  4. I’m scared, I’m young but my parents have big expectations on me because my siblings never really cared about school, I’m scared to let them down but I know that if I try I can make them proud! Thank you for your tips and I’ll definitely use them?

  5. tip: having a good study partner.Someone that will stay focused with you and someone that will motivate you to study.Don't have a study partner that might distract you.Ofc a study partner isn't for everyone, some people like to work alone but i prefer having someone to study with 🙂

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