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Study Tips 101: A Beginners Guide for Being an A+ Student. Part II: Task-Management Techniques

Study Tips 101: A Beginners Guide for Being an A+ Student. Part II: Task-Management Techniques

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Keep a To-Do List

Keep a To-Do List

Maybe, of these three, this is the most "obvious" one, everyone knows that he/she should have to keep a physical or digital list to keep their tasks and avoid forgetting one. The best way to do this though, is to make it as simple as possible, keeping yourself away from losing the emotion of doing something at least slightly new.

Reserve Time Each Day in your Calendar for Doing the Big Tasks

Reserve Time Each Day in your Calendar for Doing the Big Tasks

Often, we are told to develop a big project during the classes since day one. For that kind of projects, you should reserve time each day (at most 30 minutes). By doing so, you will complete that project earlier than expected, you won't be worrying about deadlines and you will finish it before you notice it even started.

Batch Similar Tasks

Batch Similar Tasks

Keep a list with all the tasks you have to do, and rewrite that list with different colors, writing with the same tasks that have something in common, not about the subject but about the matter.

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