Have Priorities & Don’t Multitask your Studies:
When it comes to studying, have priorities and not multitasks. When you multitask, especially with your studies, you tend to lose focus easily. You get confused about what to choose right now and what can wait. Prioritize your study. Make an agenda and see what to study first.
How to prioritize your Studies?
1. Break your studies into a list. The numbered list will give an idea about what are all the things you have to complete. It helps you focus.
2. See what tasks are urgent or have short deadlines. Take your assignments or reports for example. They will have a deadline. You should give priority first here. Studying for it could be important right now.
3. If you have any large projects, like for instance: Take Thesis Writing. it will take more time and a lot of study hours.
1.) Break them down into subparts.
2.) Number them based on what to take care of first or what to write first.
3.) Divide them based on ‘finding resources’ for it. Resources could be books, old references, previous thesis, sample research works, lectures, etc. By listing them down, you can prioritize as well as see what you need first to start studying. I find this tip useful because by listing my needed resources I know what to do first. I start by collecting previous research papers first for my studies and writing.
4. Always, prioritize your studies based on ‘Time it Takes’, ‘Difficulty Level’ and ‘Duration you will need’.
Depending upon your studies or subjects you can make your priorities. You can identify what to do first and where to being regarding your study. Having a little priority list motivates you to study.