#EstudyanTIPS: How to plan a study routineAuthor: Margo - Office of PR and Marketing | February 15, 2021
Can't seem to find time to study or do your homework? Follow our tips on how to effectively plan a study routine.
Use a planner or your phone calendar to plot all the due dates given by your professors. This gives you a reminder when your projects are close to the deadline.
Set a designated study time. Reserve a few hours daily to catch up on lessons, review your notes, and study ahead. Some people like to do this before classes, some after. Go with a time that works best for you.
Set small goals to complete chunks of larger assignments. Read more about this at https://mu.edu.ph/studyantips/home
Study actively – answer a mock quiz, read with a highlighter on hand, or summarize notes rather than just mindlessly re-reading text or notes.
Review your routine – Did it work? Did you stick to your routine? Did you meet your goals? Did you get the grade you wanted on the quiz? If not, you can always adjust your routine.
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#EstudyanTIPS: How to plan a study routineCan’t seem to find time to study or do your homework? Follow our tips on how to effectively plan a study routine.
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