Its often considered effective and fruitful to follow a routine time table, while preparing for any examination. But many a times we, as students even after knowing the significance of it and trying to develop the habbit, fail to practice it. We might continue following it for some time but eventually we start procrastinating it. This is not the matter only with you. It is on an average, most students nature to procrastinate their studies. You are however advised not to make it a habbit. Cause if you do, you should be warned to prepare youselves, to face the consequences. In this article, we are trying to simplify your process of making a timetable and at the same time following it without any disruption. But before that, you must figure out which part of the day or night, suits best for your maximum concentration. Once that is done follow it gets a lot easier to do the the rest.
Time is the priceless asset that any human being has on his hands. So it is essential for all to deal with their time very efficiently; after all, asset management corporations are ever so famous...

  1. Divide your study period on Hourly Donot include other activities like homework, meals etc. amid this stretch. Allocate separate timings for leisure and other activities in order to dedicate more time for your studies.
  2. Now evenly distribute the study hours into parts to balance equal timings for all day subjects. Take breaks before switching from one subject to another. Donot try to jump from one section to another.  Concentrate and devote the allocated time to one particular subject.
  3. If you are not a nocturnal bird, and yet want to utilize your late night hours, devote it to sections which are logical based or anything you find interesting. This will keep you awake. Never try to start on a new topic at this time. This might make you feel drowsy, which will ultimately drag you to a sweet slumber.
  4. Reserve your weekends or holidays, for areas which you are struggling with. These sections need more devotion and concentration. Hence weekends and holidays are the best to work upon them.
  5. When bored of too much of studies, take a quick break and resume your studies. If even that is not working, try solving some previous years question papers.
  6. Donot hesitate to clear your doubts.
  7. Make sure your routine for the next day is ready before you end your day. While doing this donot neglect what was incomplete today. Start the following day’s timetable with what was left out today.
  8. Donot make your timetable too tedious. Take quick breaks in regular intervals.
  9. Maintain a diary or a notebook to jot down your daily progress.
  10. Lastly, adequate sleep and a healthy diet is a must to fetch you productive results

Time is a pitiless rebel, one cannot fight or beg it to slow down, all one can do is to obey his strict rules.
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