In Tune Study Planner
How to use our study planner
1.Assess your current schedule
A good starting point is to assess how you currently spend your time. This will help identify how much time is available for study. You might also find activities that waste time and can be cut.
2. Construct a Timetable
To prepare a timetable, start by blocking out times where there are commitments. Then you can start allocating time for important things, especially your exam preperation. To succeed in exams, you need to set aside a good number of hours for each subject. Your timetable needs to leave room for extra study (in case you need it) and, of course, time for yourself.
3. Set Study Goals
You can do this formally or just spend some time thinking about it. Good students set long term and short term goals. A longer term goal (for a subject) might be to complete all past papers and practice questions before entering the exam period. A short term goal might be to work solidly for the next hour before you take a break.
4. Establish Good Habits
A study plan works best if it is followed consistently. It helps to start well early on and build great habits. These help carry you through during any periods when you might be busy, tired or just down on motivation.
I hope you’ve found it useful and make use of it!