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Step 5: Organise Your Study Time

Over the next 10 weeks Mocks.ie will provide you with 10 necessary steps to study success. These involve:
Step 1: Learning Style and Personalities

Step 2: Achieve your goals

Step 3: Year Planner

Step 4: Primal Spot. Find your space to study

Step 5: Organize your study time

Step 6: Read for meaning

Step 7: Note taking strategies

Step 8: Write for good results

Step 9: Planning and writing an essay

Step 10: Plan your revision

Why Bother with Study Skills? The run up to the class tests and exams can be a stressful and difficult time thus anything that will improve your ability to study well is worth considering.

Making study worth your while You need to feel it is worth your while to invest the time, commitment, energy and application required to succeed in your studies. You need a clear purpose to keep your motivation and commitment high. You also need to learn how to use good organisational skills and effective study techniques. These will help you to:
• make more efficient use of your study time,
• make your learning easier and more effective,
• feel the work involved is worth the effort,
• increase your chances of doing well in examinations.

Changing your future Decide now what you want, and then put in place a plan of action that will help you to achieve your goals. It may not be easy all the time, but it is certainly possible. You are the one who is ultimately responsible for your achievements, and it will be your determination and hard work that sees you through.

Step 5: Organise Your Study Time
Objective: To put methods of making a study session workable.

1. Divide your study periods in terms of minutes or units (1 unit = half hour). Start small, especially if you have difficulties concentrating. You can always build up the time you spend studying once you have established the habit, and as your stamina increases.

2. Study for-25-30 minutes, then take a break, even for a few minutes, and then continue. This gives the brain a chance to rest and to make sense of or consolidate the learning.

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26 September 2014/Author: Enda Feeney/Number of views (442)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
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