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Study 101- Organising Time

Time is the framework in which we live ou lives. There are many things that we do that take up time. Learning to manage our time by ourselves is an important part of growing up. 

One of the aspects of being a student is learning to fit in all the different parts of our lives so that they balance and we get time to do the things that we both need to and want to do.

Write a list of all the things that you do in your afternoons. They might be chores, homework, leisure, sport etc. 

Circle all the things that you have to do. 
Put a star beside all the things that you would like to do

Create a chart of the week and then put the have to things under the days where they need to be done. Add the would like to activities in and around them.

How did you go? 
You have the makings of a Study timetable and are on your way to organising your time. 


  1. Proper utilization of time is key one for good go ahead and it make name for perfection in style and get name for good use of mind and body. The real good planning allow for solution of things in right and correct manner and find good return.

  2. Study purpose can achieve from this pattern where you can enjoy the new theme of the life from different conditions which are available here. See the website from this page and enjoy the new time from the search bar of this page.

  3. I have never studies in the first time because we are all asleep at that time and just go to the website in our leisure times so we can learn new things.

  4. Helpful blog. Time management is the main problem when we go to some good kinda studies. The is giving us best goal for study.

  5. Having balance in study time is really important and also it would be great during exam to manage time. We should must have so that we can get ease in writing.


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