I want a study schedule

Camilla Q.
First of all you need a planning or a journey. Divide your work into small part and do one of that each day. Don't forget to do a break after done one of your tasks.

Vivan P.
Sometimes it's good to repeat what you learned at school right after you finish the lessons and come home. But for me, the best time to study, is in the evening via Zoom with my classmates, and then, I repeat everything in the morning. This is considered to be the most effective way to study and remember a lot of information, so I tried it out and it's currently working for me.

Cook T.
Ok well make one maybe start off with math and social and work your way down and remember always have a snack and time it is my best Time to study us right before bed I go to my desk have sleepy tea and do my work for 30 mins or an hour don’t go over your time or your working yourself out distributing your work throughout your days are very important so you can get the work you need done no go work!!!

Gaia N.
So what I usually do the night before is to look at my schedule of class and the date of the exams and plan which section to do each day. Right now all my education is online and recorded because of COVID so it is easier to stick to one thing at the time. This is key. Set a calendar and focus your study priorities according to dates and most importantly goals. My career goals have always been clear in my life so I’ve been always motivated in studying what I like. I HAVE A STRONG WHY and with that you can plan the “how”

Sarah R.
The best advice I can give you is to colour code your material/tasks. Use red for urgent ones and green for important ones. Some might be both important and urgent which makes them your top priority. Other may be neither, which means you can keep these until the end. Try to take 15 min breaks every couple of hours just to rest your eyes and get a snack or move about. Try to find your most productive time. Keep track of when you can focus most and when you get distracted easily. This way you know when you will be most productive and can schedule your most important task then. When you are studying try to keep your distractions to a minimum, so if your phone distracts you put it away for the duration of your study time. Remember you have allocated break times where you can use your phone. Bear in mind, that it takes a person about 24 mins to regain their focus, so try not to make your breaks are tied to a specific time. Not constantly interrupting your studying.

Vicki O.
Find the time you're most productive and energizined .
Me personally, I prefer studying in the morning.
Set goals and rewards so you'll feel motivated to get it all done.
I hope this helps 😍

Sarah Z.
Just commit to what your doing i know it is very hard believe me but you can make it sink into you if you do it daily. Try this:
Morning: 7:00am wake up
8:00am breakfast
9:00am work
Then in the after noon you can do work at around 2:00pm after lunch.
In the evening just take a quick rest then do something productive like exercise. Ask anything if you need it!

Kaiya N.
I’ve had a really bad experience with trying to study, and it’s been really hard. What I found helpful was to create tables, graphs, write down what I need to get done, and have it easily viewable at all times. This helped to remind me of what I had to get done. Even create a checklist system and you can check off what you have done and then your progress is recorded. If you have different classes during the day, such as Maths on Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays for an hour, then if you have homework or need to study, make sure you set aside time to get done the work that you got that day. So whatever subjects your had that day, do their homework/studying on that day. Then over the weeks and months (if your schedule stays the same) the studying will be easier when you remember your timetable, and write down the work that needs to be done. Hopefully that made more sense than what I think it did.

Jerome N.
Write down a schedule and make it lovely so you will love to read it. Try to limit your phone time if that’s your problem. The first days are hard but if you make a list with the days and you always check the days you learn…. it’s and awesome feeling

Jacob W.
First of all you should know what your study pace is like. If you can read or study 10 pages/hour, let’s say, calculate your pace accordingly. Then look at your daily schedule objectively, and decide how many hours of studying you can put in every day. Then calculate how many pages/exercises/tasks you can do in the time you set for studying. Be realistic when you calculate this. It’s also important to meditate and do some yoga at least 3 times a week to improve your concentration, as well as listening to some classical music or music designed to improve focus. Try to appreciate the things you like in the subject you’re studying, and see the boring stuff as a mean to learn the interesting part of that knowledge.

Violet F.
Depending on how long you have to study or how many classes you need to have at least 2 hours of studying per day over the week days. Pit more time in for certain classes depending on how close the test is or how important the class is

Anka O.
Then make one! Think of all the things you have to learn and how many breaks do you need. Are you more productive in the morning or the evening? Make your schedule around that.

Monica A.
Beginn with a subject of interest when I watched Judas and the black messiah I started studying the black panthers history and learned a lot about the community programs now I’m studying personal finances

Mariyam N.
For a study schedule you can study for about 55 mins and take a 5 min break and i study CBSE so it works the best for me

Raquel Q.
Your study schedule depends on what you are studying and how you do it. In brazil we have "vestibular" which is kinda like an ASAT, we have to study all the subjects to get into college. I plan my hole week with the topics that I have to study, and separate exercises for me to do (never in the same day).

Kaiya N.
I have one currently before I start back at school, and a good idea is to also schedule your time around the study time, so your afternoon schedule, and after you do some exercise for example, you can schedule to do a different subject each hour for example. I’ve also created one where I have to do a specific amount of work for each subject each day or week, and I have it shown on graphs and stuff so I can better see what needs my focus. Just get it done as soon as you can, and keep school and social life balanced. I’d recommend researching study styles and looking at type of timetable and stuff online so you can better organise you time.

Lissa P.
Depending on how long each of your studies will take: first, eats a light breakfast or a fruit, exercise first thing after that, then start to study. If you want to take intervals of breaks, then maybe take half an hour to study with healthy snacks, talk to a friend, or some stretching in between

Rasheed F.
i kinda like excercise from the starts so that's why it was easy for me to do it. But the reason might be because i can listen to any kind of songs i want to when excercising

Rasheed F.
Start with shorter times and give yourself breaks. That way, you don’t wear yourself out. Increase study time as you work on maintaining your focus.

Rasheed F.
I prepare it the day before and it sits there waiting for me in the morning, so beautifully in a tidy kitchen that it gives me pleasure to eat it.

Rasheed F.
There is no perfekt study schedule. For me works in this way. I wake up at 8 aclock and by 9 oclock i am at the library. I study all day with a pauza at 1 pm and theni continue to lern until 5 pm. And after that plus 2 hours in the evening. You can do that for 5 days with two free days

Rasheed F.
For breakfast I recommend a mix of everything. For example, I think the best would be eggs ( however you prefer them), fruits, and maybe a piece of toast.

Rasheed F.
I want to be able to cover all my main units and the smaller units effectively and efficiently so I can organize my day to attend online classes have 3 hours of deep study and 2 hours at night

Rasheed F.
Creating a study schedule is fairly easy. Use a planner that you find to be pretty or when you see it remind you to plan out your day or week depending on the type of person you are. To create a study schedule you should start small. Study for 10-15 minutes then take a break for 5. Then study again for 10-15 minutes. Do this for at least an hour. It will help build and solidify the routine. Chew gum while studying will help you with memorizing and so will flash cards. If you’re studying a language write it out 10 times, day it aloud 10 times, read it 10 times and do that a few times to help remember it. Just visualize the end results becoming true and how you want to get there. Nothing will happen on its own, you have to do the work to get the results you want.

Rasheed F.
try to stay in the times you set and think that when your going to be finish before 9 pm you have time to do what you want

Rasheed F.
I don't really know what kind of study schedule do you want but here's mine. I don't really call it was a study schedule it's more like a schedule of my day.

1. Do homework
2. Workout
3. Read book but as for me I like to read Bible
4. Do revision
5. Phone time
6. Self care

I don't put the time because I think we all have a different time so maybe you can modified my schedule and insert your own time or task.

Rasheed F.
Make your study schedule by first first starting by analysing if you are a night person or a day person. But make use of time where your surroundings are silent, at night and in the early morning. Plan your day. Look for a study partner or do study sessions to build up consistency. Plan your schedule with a 10-15 min break every 1hr and a 2hr break during lunch to rejuvenate yourself. Spend time with your family in the late evenings as communication is the key between healthy relationships. Hope this helps. This is what has gotten me studying, and being honest it worked even though I am a very easily distracted person. Good luck with your journey ahead 🙂

Rasheed F.
First thing first, you should ask yourself if you're ready to make some changes. Are you ready to sacrifice some pleasures, so you can get on the right track? If you're willing to, than all you got to do is make a routine and when it's hard just stick to it. Even when you feel like you can't, just do it, after that you'll feel better.

Rasheed F.
I like to write in my journal but that is is just for me. Next to this I write about parenthood and I want to make a book of it.

Rasheed F.
I want a study schedule so that I can study and get good grades and so get into my desired school. I also want to study so that when I grow up I don't have to be dependent upon someone and be independent