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Time Management
  1. Start Early:
    • Begin studying early in the term to avoid last-minute cramming.
    • Use the first two weeks of the term to establish a solid foundation.
    • After completing one exam, start preparing for the next one within two days.
  2. Set Deadlines:
    • Create a term calendar to map out your study schedule.
    • Set deadlines for each study session and aim to complete your studying at least two days before the exam. This provides time for review.
  3. Find Your "Bio Hour":
    • Dedicate an hour each day to reviewing your class notes; make it a daily routine.
    • Consider breaking this hour into three 20-minute sessions spread throughout the day.
    • Allocate 40 minutes for reviewing notes and 20 minutes for preparing for upcoming lectures.
  4. Prioritize Tasks:
    • Identify the most important tasks and tackle them first.
    • Use techniques like the Eisenhower Matrix (urgent vs. important) to prioritize effectively.
  5. Create a To-Do List:
    • Make a daily or weekly to-do list to keep track of your tasks and deadlines.
    • Cross off items as you complete them for a sense of accomplishment.
  6. Use Time Management Tools:
    • Utilize digital tools, such as calendars, task apps, or time-tracking software, to organize your schedule.
  7. Limit Multitasking:
    • Focus on one task at a time to enhance productivity and concentration.
  8. Take Short Breaks:
    • Incorporate short breaks (e.g., the Pomodoro Technique) to refresh your mind during study sessions.
  9. Minimize Distractions:
    • Eliminate or reduce distractions by turning off notifications, finding a quiet study space, and using website blockers.
    • Practice Self-Care:
    • Ensure you get enough sleep, eat healthily, and exercise regularly to maintain your physical and mental well-being.
  10. Learn to Say No:
    • Don't overcommit yourself; prioritize tasks and commitments that align with your goals.
  11. Review and Reflect:
    • Periodically review your time management strategies to identify what's working and what needs adjustment.
  12. Seek Help When Needed:
    • If you're struggling with time management or coursework, don't hesitate to reach out to teachers, mentors, or tutors for support.
  13. Set Realistic Goals:
    • Establish achievable goals for each study session, ensuring they are specific, measurable, and realistic.
  14. Stay Flexible:
    • Adapt your schedule as needed to accommodate unexpected events or changes in priorities.
Central Institute of Information Technology - 2009