How To Plan A Study Session! || Really Productive!
As my A Level exams approach, I will not be uploading on Wednesdays from now on. I have pre-filmed videos for Saturdays but I haven’t had time to film and edit enough videos to continue posting twice a week. I hope that you understand and GOOD LUCK TO EVERYONE HAS EXAMS! I know that GCSE students will already have had some (including Biology!) by the time that this goes up. I hope that you feel happy with how you did.
To make the most from your studying don’t focus on the time you invest. Focus on the quality of your study session over the quantity you do. This is one of the key things we focus on and we absolutely think you can get twice the results in half the time. Make sure you grab the free audiobook Unlimited Memory by a chess grandmaster which will absolutely transform your results overnight if you apply the techniques.
Oh and, when I upload this, I will be one day short of turning 18! How strange is that…
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hello it’s Ruby and today I wanted to share with you a method of planning your study sessions which I have been using a lot lately and which I’ve really been loving it’s actually something I mentioned in a really old video so you might remember it if you’ve been watching me for a while so the general premise of this study method is to provide a physical representation of productivity so the first thing you will do is write a petite duelist and then transfer this on to sticky notes then with the sticky notes you will basically attach it to a hard copy of whatever task you need to do so for example if you need to take notes from your textbook you will put your textbook down on the flat surface and you will have all of the tasks laid out in the order that you would like to complete them now one important thing is to make sure that all of the resources that you will need for that task are set out so for example I needed to do a mind map so I made sure to have a piece of paper with the essay which I could then use to consult and then when you finish the task you simply peel off the the post it note and you can also remove the hard copy from where it was on your bed or flat surface so basically this provides a means of actually seeing physically how much work you’ve done because you will see this gap in the flat surfaces to where books papers once were that you’ve managed to remove them so I’m a strong believer in productivity which you will know if you’ve been watching my videos for a while I feel that when you feel productive you end up being more productive when you see that you are actually getting through things you are going to end up being becoming more and more productive over the course of your study session at least that’s what I found in practice this is a really great method to use especially if you’re having trouble with procrastinating so I really hope that you find it useful if you do then please let me know in the comments because I’d love to hear your thoughts and I’d love to hear can you find it as useful as I personally do so thank you again and have a productive week you..