If you’re someone who does struggle with being productive, then this guide on how to study productively might just be what you need.
You may have already been given this advice before or seen it a million times before. That’s because it actually works. You can visualise everything you need to, broken down into a simple list. Not only do you get a clearer sense of what you need to do, instead of everything swirling around in your head, overwhelming you. You can tick off each task written down.
Achieving a sense of accomplishment. You may eventually start to enjoy ticking off each of your tasks, feeling productive.
Even if your deadline seems far away it will soon come by and you may have left yourself too much to do. Instead set yourself small deadlines in your assignments and manage your time more efficiently.
This can go hand in hand with the list you’ve made by going to the library a couple of hours on your free days. You’re much more likely to achieve a higher grade on an assignment that has been carefully worked on, instead of one that’s rushed.
Some people are easily distracted. So, working at home on your laptop, in bed, with Netflix at a touch of a button, may not be the most productive setting to get your work done. Instead, opt for the library. If the library is too loud and you’re still getting too distracted, look for the Quiet Zones in the library and bring your headphones to listen to some classical music.
Get immersed into your assignment. If you’re someone who prefers to work at home, that great too! Find what works for you.