Do you find it difficult to combine study and leisure time? Or don’t you know which learning strategy is best for you? These are questions that a lot of students have to deal with.
The division of study time, especially starting on time and studying on predefined days play an important role. Try to better organize your study and leisure time by making up a schedule. When making a schedule, formulate achievable goals and do not dream away in too ambitious goals. Finding the right way to study turns out to be difficult because not all courses require the same approach and every person has a different way of studying. Therefore, there is no ‘perfect’ study method. Some people vow with the Pomodoro technique, while others prefer to lock themselves in the library for a week.
Are you wondering as to how you manage such a schedule? And how do you adhere to it? Or what is the best study method for you? Then perhaps the website studygs can be of assistance. Among other things, it contains tips on time management, planning, study methods and learning methods.
Similarly, a number of mobile applications can be useful to improve your focus or to create an overview of the tasks you need to perform. Oscar de Bos, co-developer of the book Focus aan/uit, has created a website with a collection of useful applications for your concentration, including an explanation of the Pomodoro technique.
You can find some tips on:
UvA Students Studying succesfully
Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences Studystress