Managing your time well let you complete more in a shorter duration, lower your stress, and help prepare well for your exams.
Procrastination is when you do everything else except the task you need to complete. It’s normal to procrastinate a little. However, too much procrastination will add to your stress. It can result in you not giving yourself enough time to prepare. You need to manage your time and set realistic goals for each study session. It will help avoid procrastination and make tasks seem less overwhelming.
Make a Study Timetable
Write down all the things you need to do and the time you need for each during the week. Include activities like enough sleep, relaxation, exercise, and more. Find out the date of each exam and work out a study timetable leading up to them. Include tests that will help you identify gaps in your knowledge. This can give you some direction and help you focus on what to study each week or day.
Switch Phone off
Calls, texts, emails, and social media can be a major distraction. It might help to turn your phone off or turn on Do Not Disturb while you’re in your study session.