How will you fit your Homework in this week?

Kerri O'Donnell

I’m convinced that the largest part of academic success is about being organised.  And it’s not just a matter of having a timetable – it’s about how you structure your time to take best advantage of your peak thinking times, and so on.  And it will be more helpful for the long-term if it is not just all about studying.

Use this Template Weekly Timetable to schedule regular study periods for each of your subjects – and also make time for your personal commitments and fun activities.

STEP 1:  Fill in the times that are non-negotiable.  EG times you have to go to classes, work, church and/or other regular commitments.

STEP 2:  Pencil in the times when your thinking is not at its best.  (Be serious about this part – it’s not helpful to just pencil out the whole rest of the week!)  We will return to these times later.

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