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Is your study schedule all over the place or non existent?

Check out our top study tips for organising your study schedule and smashing out your work!


In a diary or a planner, keep track of all the assignments and homework that you have due. By doing this you can ensure that you’re not missing any deadlines and that you’re staying on top of your study materials. There’s nothing worse than scrambling at the last minute to find your maths homework or rushing to get your homework done in the car!

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In high school, you’re juggling so many tasks, it can feel impossible at times. You’re going to school, working part time, hanging out with family/friends and taking part in extracurricular activities. Who has the time to study? A solution to this might be having a calendar. Calendars are great for long term planning – you’re able to see what time you actually have available and you can organise specific times to study! You can do this by having a physical calendar on your desk or having a digital one! Some include Google Calendar or Google Keep.



Create a routine and keep track of what you need to do on a weekly and daily basis. Include things like homework, house chores, errands, extracurricular projects and other miscellaneous tasks you need to get done. After the week/day, you can review what you’ve completed and set yourself up for the next week/day. Whilst it can feel a little overwhelming at first, you’ll be surprised at how much you can get done and you won’t forget to do any of those small odd jobs!

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Break big assignments or exam preparation into smaller tasks to make them more achievable. By creating your own mini deadlines and goals, you’ll be able to avoid those last minute all nighters! If you break your big tasks into smaller steps, it will make the whole assignment a lot clearer and you’ll be less likely to procrastinate. When you do this – you’ll notice that the quality of your work will increase and you won’t be as stressed! 

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Whilst you might want to start on your fun art project which is due next month, maybe it might be a better idea to get started on your English paper that’s due tomorrow! Be sure to prioritise tasks that are due first or take a bit longer to do. Whilst it might be tempting to start and complete the projects that you find more interesting – it’s important not to neglect your other tasks! Focus on your high priority tasks in order to maximise your productivity and your marks!

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