CBSE Board Exam - Time Management Tips
For a student or anyone aspiring to be a cut above the rest, time management is an essential ingredient for their recipe of success. But, how can one manage time, especially if he is a CBSE class 12 student and burdened with subjects galore.
We, at NNE have tried to bring forth a few points, which can help you, as a CBSE class 12 student to manage time.
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Time Management Tips:
Prioritize your tasks. Don't just rush from task to task throughout the day. Review the list of what you have to do that day at the day's start and then pick out the things that you 'must do' that day. (Try to keep these 'must-dos' to three or less for starters.) Then focus on getting those things done. At the end of the day, you'll have a feeling of accomplishment, no matter what else got messed up or went wrong.
Too many of us are stretched too thin because we've bought into the myth that everyone can (and should) do it all. We should all work full-time, spend quality time with our children and spouses and pets, spend time with our friends, do volunteer and committee work, get involved in causes, work at staying fit and healthy, and spend time relaxing and rejuvenating ourselves.
Make a time table
As your school term begins and your course schedule is set, develop and plan for, blocks of study time in a typical week. Blocks, ideally are around 50 minutes, but perhaps you become restless after only 30 minutes? Some difficult material may require more frequent breaks. Shorten your study blocks if necessary—but don’t forget to return to the task at hand! What you do during your break should give you an opportunity to have a snack, relax, or otherwise refresh or re-energize yourself.
Weekly reviews and updates are also an important strategy. Take a day out to review yourself and your strategy. See where you intended to be and where you are, at the end of the week.
This may prompt a question or two about something you don’t quite understand, to ask about in class, or after. It also demonstrates to your teacher that you are interested and have prepared.
By following this, even though you won’t magically get more hours in a day, but you will be able to more effectively manage the time you have. And in terms or what you get done and how you feel, that will make all the difference.
Note : Review notes and readings just before class.