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Study Tip: Develop a Schedule

Friday 29th September 2023

A well-structured schedule promotes efficiency by minimising wasted time and preventing procrastination. When you have a clear plan, you are less likely to spend excessive time on non-productive activities or become overwhelmed by the sheer volume of work.


Knowing what to expect and having a clear plan can reduce stress and anxiety. It provides a sense of control over your academic responsibilities, making them feel more manageable.


While schedules provide structure, they should also allow for flexibility to accommodate unexpected events or changes in priorities. Having a framework in place makes it easier to adjust your plans when needed.


When you have a schedule in place, you can hold yourself accountable for sticking to it. You can track your progress and make necessary adjustments if you fall behind or encounter unexpected challenges.


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