7 Tips to Increase Your Productivity as a Student
- TRACK YOUR TIME
Tracking your hours is an important step toward better time management. Start by breaking down a major project into manageable individual tasks.
Allocate time blocks to each assignment and take note of the time you start and finish the tasks.
It can be useful to use a time tracking app or simply the clock on the wall to make sure you stay on track. Every time you need a break, get a bite to eat or let your mind wander, clock off and write down your hours.
2. TAKE REGULAR BREAKS
We can use any applications to sets study time about 30 minutes dan break time.
Allow time a break about 5 minutes.
We can use 5 minutes given to take a break such as taking snacks and drinks.
3. SELF YOURSELF DEADLINES
Now that you’ve already broken down your study into individual tasks, it will help to set yourself a competitive deadline. You may have determined that your first activity will take three hours and should aim to finish that section of the project at least a week before it is due.
Discipline yourself from being distracted by other things at phone and games within the hours to stay focus
This strategy will help to avoid leaving your study to the last minute, normalise deadlines, keep yourself organize and motivated.
4. PLAN AHEAD OF YOUR SCHEDULE WISELY
Use a calendar, notes, or any application to plan up coming weeks and months ahead.
This is part and parcel of life as a student.
We can be more alert about what we are going to do for next week. One you plan your schedule, you should follow so anything listed will not missed.
5. EAT HEALTHILY
A healthy diet is your brain’s best friend. We put plenty of strain on our bodies as students, where a simple solution is to introduce more nutritious meals into your lifestyle. This will keep energy levels high and make studying more productive. Student productivity relies on a great immune system and optimum health.
6. GET PLENTY OF SLEEP
A student should go to bed early enough to have the apportunity for a full quality night of sleep. Common amount of sleep needed by university students are amount 7 to 8 hours.
Benefits of a good sleep are get sick less often, reduce stress, think more clearly and do better in academic.
A student should train themselves to get enough sleep to avoid from getting sleep deep breath.
7. GROUP YOUR ERRANDS
Errands can eat up time like nothing else. Maintaining a personal and professional life alongside adult learning can be challenging. Trips which should take five minutes end up taking an hour and before you know it, your lunch break is imposing on your study time.
Group your non-urgent errands and chores together into a few hours and tick them off all at once.