Are you aware that a proper study schedule is one of the most important things which one should make before studying?
Do you know that it helps you to concentrate and saves you from feeling lost when studying?
We came up with six steps which can help you to prepare a proper study schedule during your Pre-Boards and Final Exams.
Step 1 - Make sure you make a list of all the subjects you are supposed to study.
Step 2 - Now order them based on the one you are least comfortable to the one you are most comfortable.
Step 3 - Begin by deciding from which textbooks you would study.
Step 4 - Count the days till the exam and divide those based on the difficulty level of the subject. Rate the difficulty level from 1 to 10. This will be the dividend.
Step 5 - Divide the total chapters in the selected textbook by the number of days assigned to that particular subject. For example, if the number of chapters is 20 and the number of days left for the exam is 5, then divide 20 by 5, which equals to 4 chapters each day. Step 6 - Take a printout or make a note of this study schedule, and place it next to the calendar or a place where you can easily see it every day.
Some helpful tips
Group study and group planning usually works better in exam days.
Consult your teachers about the relative importance of different chapters.
If you finish something ahead of schedule, then revise everything you've studied so far.
You should always remember that studying can be fun if you have both determination and targets to achieve.