27-05-2019

Tips for planning and organizing your university studies

Tips for planning and organizing your university studies

You start to pay in September and do you feel discouraged? Are you a university student in Barcelona and do you have to study while your roommates enjoy the end of summer? We will give you some tips to succeed in your university, master or postgraduate career with which you will learn to plan your studies. Organize and optimize your time, improve your ability to concentrate and get better results easily!

Organizing and planning a routine is the key when it comes to focusing on university studies. The only way to get good grades, unless you are Albert Einstein, is to learn to organize your time and optimize your resources, so don't be discouraged that everything has a solution! Sometimes it is much simpler than it seems. If you follow the following tips and learn to plan the study so that the exams are never more, a headache.

Create a calendar It is important that you always carry an application-agenda that you have on your mobile and always carry it with you. There you will create a calendar that will help you organize where you will go pointing the future events (the dates of the exams and deliveries of work, professional practices, holidays, social events, etc.) So you can easily visualize the free moments and organize your study.

Find yourself a place to study. If you live in a shared apartment, student apartment or a university residence, it is important to feel at home. You will need to find a suitable place isolated from noise and possible distractions. Instagram, Facebook, mobile and television should be blacklisted!

Build a study routine: Ideally, you should define a schedule and get used to always study at the same time so you accustom your body to the study routine.

Define small daily goals: Plan on a weekly basis the subjects, the syllabus and the works that you must deliver, trying to meet the objectives set. If one day you do not comply with the planned, it is important that you recover at another time so as not to delay the organization.

Prioritize the subjects: give more importance to the most problematic subjects. Start studying these subjects and leave for the end the subjects that are easier for you, so you will avoid studying them when you already feel overwhelmed.

Prepare your study material before anything else. Having everything you need ready will keep you from getting up to go looking for things and therefore get distracted.

Create summary notes on individual sheets. Do not rely heavily on the technique of underlining texts as it does not help to memorize the text if it is not reviewed several times. On the other hand, making schemes and small summaries on paper forces us to reformulate the information we have read and transcribe it with our words, which helps us to better understand and memorize what we read.

Be persistent: although at first it seems that your study does not perform as expected, be constant and do not lower your arms; You will soon reap what you have planted with these tips.

Good luck!

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