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Do you find yourself procrastinating a lot when trying to study?
Then it’s time for a study schedule that works.
Read through these 11 steps and ace that next exam!

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    1. The 11 Study Schedule Strategy That Actually Works! -Step

    2. Do you find yourself procrastinating a lot when trying to study?

    3. Do you find yourself procrastinating a lot when trying to study? Can you not keep up with the amount of materials with your current study schedule?

    4. Then it’s time for a study schedule that works!

    5. 1 Find out your learning style

    6. 1 Find out your learning style If you don’t know how you learn best, it will be impossible for you to learn efficiently at all.

    7. • Visual learner - Images and a sense of spatiality help you get a grip on things. • Aural learner - You pick up things by hearing and listening closely. • Verbal learner - Using words in writing and speech comes natural to you. • Physical learner - You prefer using your body, touching things with your hands. • Logical learner - You like to sort things logically, create systems and are a very reasonable person.

    8. No matter which of these you are, you can fall into one of two groups: solitary learner or social learner

    9. 2 Set realistic study goals

    10. 2 Set realistic study goals Pick a very simple goal for your semester. Your goal shouldn’t depend on others. It must be something you can control.

    11. Create a list of all the tiny actions you need to take towards your goal.

    12. You know your list is good when you have a lot of items on it and when your items take an hour or less.

    13. 3 Make study time a part of your daily routine

    14. 3 Make study time a part of your daily routine Block the time in your calendar, give yourself at least an hour each day to complete one of your tiny action items.

    15. 4 Structure your study time

    16. 4 Structure your study time 3 to 4 hours of focused study time are worth much more than 8 hours where you neither really study nor actually relax.

    17. 5 Create your own study zone

    18. 5 Create your own study zone Your study zone should be clean and distraction-free.

    19. Try to have at least two study zones, so you can switch in case you need to.

    20. 6 Take notes depending on your learning style

    21. 6 Take notes depending on your learning style No matter how you take notes and how you use them, the most important part is that your note-taking style fits you.

    22. 7 Review your notes regularly

    23. 7 Review your notes regularly A great way to review your notes is to use Anki. Anki helps you study with flashcards.

    24. 8 Don’t use your laptop or smartphone during class

    25. 8 Don’t use your laptop or smartphone during class Every second you spend looking at a screen is a second of focus lost.

    26. 9 Find at least one learning partner

    27. 9 Find at least one learning partner Accountability is huge. Having at least one accountability partner can make a huge difference.

    28. 10 Create good sleep habits

    29. 10 Create good sleep habits Studies have shown that if you only get 6 hours of sleep for two weeks straight, you’ll perform as if you had just stayed up for 48 hours straight.

    30. 11 Make sure you track your progress

    31. 11 Make sure you track your progress Check how you’re doing every once in a while. Nothing is more demoralizing than feeling like you’re getting a lot done, but then end up not seeing results.

    32. All of these steps are simple and small. You could implement all of them in a few minutes each.

    33. But they have a compounding effect: Once you get ALL of them right, they amount to a lot more than the sum of their parts.

    34. Credit: Niklas Goeke teaches marketers, bloggers and entrepreneurs how to make productivity a habit. He writes at www.niklasgoeke.com about overcoming fear, building willpower and making habits stick.

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