Mi novela autobiografica: 2013

Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Step 8 Set Your Learning Time

Being a student is nice, but you know that you should responsible for your own time and your finances. Time passed and should be put to good use so that you can achieve maximum results in your studies.

Too much time to learn just as bad as too much play. Arrange by proportional. The following steps can help you to manage your time well.

1. Find out when your personal
To begin to set the time, you need to know in advance the allocation of your time and the remaining time left. Survey of personal time will help you to estimate the time that you normally spend on routine activities.

To obtain an accurate estimate, you should search for the time you spend in a week. The trick, estimate the time you spend on each activity per day, and kalilah by seven to get the total activity in a week routine. After that, subtract the 168, the total hours in a week. The rest of the time it is the times that you should allot to learn.

___x7 = ___ bedtime
___x7 = ___ bath time and dressing up
___x7 = ___ meals including preparation
___x7 = ___ streets pad when working ahari
___x7 = ___ time the streets on weekends
___x7 = ___ time for special sessions, such as worship, courses, etc.
___x7 = ___ time to do the work
___x7 = ___ working time
___x7 = ___ time for college
___x7 = ___ average time to socialize, hang out (try to be honest)
TOTAL = ___
The rest of your time: 168 hours - (TOTAL) = ___

2. Formula hours learning
To achieve a good value, you would need to allocate time each week to learn well too. Use the rule of thumb, such as learning to two hours per week for an easy course, three hours in the classroom to classroom courses are more difficult and four hours for a difficult class subjects.

For example, calculus courses designated as difficult class so it needs 12 hours a week to study it specifically. If necessary, allocate more hours can be done.

____x2 = ____ hours learning courses are easy
____x3 = ____ hours learning courses are more difficult
____x4 = ____ hours learning the most difficult subjects
TOTAL = ____

Compare the number of hours you get here with the results of previous surveys. This is the time when many students will be less stressful. However, reassure yourself that no need to worry. It is not about the quantity of time studying, but also determines the quality. Try it for a week and make the necessary adjustments.

3. Daily Schedule
Many methods can be tailored to your personality, it could be the record books, posters taped to the walls of your room or just cards 3x5 cm.

Once you determine this, start by entering the main schedule, such as college classes, working, eating, and so on. Then enter your study schedule as we have formulated in point 2. Arrange for you to learn at odd hours while you still excited. Schedule a break for 10 minutes in every hour.

Think realistically. If you take the course, you must realize that you need to provide additional time to re-learn it outside of the course. If you do not find the time to study or finally really did not have time to socialize, you can lighten your load. Think about things that are most important to you at this time.

4. No need perfectionist
Trying to be a perfectionist only takes you to the downturn. No one is perfect. Difficult tasks usually avoided or delayed. You need to set goals to be achieved, but also need the challenge.

5. Learning to say 'no'
For example, a friend would like to invite you to watch a movie tonight. And you've scheduled time bersosialiasi tomorrow and tonight you have to learn and do laundry. You actually are not interested. You want to say no, but you do not like to disappoint others. Saying "no" politely should be a habit. Courage to say "no" makes you free to use the time for things that are important.

6. Learn to set priorities
Prioritize your responsibilities and appointments. Many people do not know how to prioritize things and easy to procrastinate.

One method that can help you is a list of ABC. Place the things that should be done the same day in the group A. While these things can be resolved in a week could be included in the group B, the things that can be done within a month put it into the group C.

7. Combining more than one event
Another suggestion is to try to incorporate some of the activities at a time. When going to school, you might as well listen to the record. This allows time study for one or two hours a day. When you watch, you can simultaneously calculate. Be creative.

8. Conclusion
After establish and adhere to the schedule becomes a habit, you will adjust. Be honest with yourself in making and stick to it. It's easier to do something with the time left rather than seek extra time to do something.