How to Schedule Your Studies as a Student of NOUN.
And sorry I could not travel both
Somewhere ages and ages hence:
Two roads diverged in a wood, and I—
I took the one less traveled by,
And that has made all the difference.
Studying your books simply complements and justifies the reason you are called a student in the academic terrain.
Having passed through the institution I can confirm to you that the school demands more from you in the area of study than any other regular institution would. You have to study hard to make it through here. Below are some guides on how you can plan your studies.
Map Out Your Study Space
As a student, you should have a dedicated space and furniture for your daily studies. It does not matter your type of apartment even if you stay in a “room face me and face you” just map out a place and dedicate it for studying your books be it behind your door, a space in the yard or in the corridor of your apartment just dedicate a particular space for study.
Procure your personal reading furniture
Device a reading timetable
The human mind can be weary easily when confronted with too many options. If you don’t have a timetable you are bound to be overwhelmed with confusion whenever you want to read. And you may end up not reading any book at the end. To avoid this, create and STICK to your time table.
Get a jotting note for each Course
It can be said that if you are studying without jotting is like efforts in futility. This is because course materials are not like novels or storybooks that have a particular topic or theme. Do yourself a favour by getting a notebook for each course. Your jottings are what you will later consult for revision during exams. Just make sure you jot well. One thing I have noticed is that jotting during the study also increases your writing skills and further equips your vocabulary arsenal. You may not know initially but it will tell in your conversations and writings later on.
Plan and stick with your time.
I think this is one of the most important points. First, you need to analyze your daily routine before you decide your time frame and STICK to it. If you are working, do yourself a favour by being sincere to yourself about time management. If you work let say from 8 am to 4 or 5 pm, I suggest you read very early in the morning. I mean between 5 and 7 am. All you need is to make the alarm your friend and always go to bed on time. You know why? Because at this time your brain will be full of energy and eager to receive. That is just a recommendation, plan and stick with the time that is convenient for you. Above all set and stick with specific hours that you are going to spend during your studies. I recommend at least 2 and most 4 hours every day.
Include the Good Study Guide in Your Time Table
Always attempt one or two questions at the end of your studies.
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