How to Make Time Table for Study ( Do Effective Study )

By Vijay Gupta

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Today, I’m going to write an article that is about how to make time table for study.

It means that the article is for all the students who are worried about how to make time table for study.

Basically, it’s one of the most important tactics.

A good student always allocates time for proper study.

Making a timetable helps the students study properly for each subject.

So, students must make a timetable for them.

Without wasting your valuable time let’s know how to make time table for study.

Do you want to know how to study effectively ?

How to Make Time Table for Study or Timetable for Study at Home –

Generally, students combine both school and home studies to estimate the number of hours they have studied.

But, it’s completely a wrong assessment.

Actually, students should pay attention to how many hours they are spending on their studies at home.

Because, a timetable for study means a separate period of time after schooling.

Still, if you are unable to manage time to study, note down some of the points mentioned below.

Read also, how to concentrate yourself while studying ?

1. Assess your schedule –

Firstly, check your current schedule throughout the day and assess how much time you can properly spend on your studies.

As I told you, a timetable for study means the time in which you are completely free.

In other words, the time in which you have to do nothing but study.

So, the first thing to do is to know such a period of time in which no one disturbs you.

When you are able to find out such a period of time, it becomes very easy to make the perfect timetable for you.

2. Choose morning and night time –

If you are confused about which time would be right to make a perfect timetable, I would recommend you to include morning or night time in the timetable.

Also, you can make a timetable using both morning and night time.

It’s so because the surroundings in the morning and at night are very calm.

You can schedule morning for those subjects, which are very confusing and difficult to learn.

At the same time, you can study the rest of the subjects at night.

Make sure, you’ve decided to make a timetable for at least six hours.

Whether you decide two hours in the morning and four hours at night or three hours in the morning and three hours at night.

Both are perfect ratios to avoid mental disturbance.

3. Divide time into short periods –

While making a timetable, it’s very essential to divide time into short periods.

Sometimes, students are so dedicated to complete the task that they don’t care about how long it will take.

But, in case of proper study, students shouldn’t do so.

Instead of that, they must divide time into short periods.

That means, if you decide to study for six hours, you should divide this period of time into some shorter durations and the shorter duration should be of one hour.

Due to this, you will be able to study six subjects a day.

It will save you from getting bored by studying a single subject and also allow you to study multiple subjects in a day.

4. Make a catchy timetable –

The timetable should be made attractive.

Sometimes, students make timetables just for the sake of self-satisfaction but don’t give them an attractive look.

If you’re really wasting your time to make a timetable, you must make sure that it’s eye-catchy.

Because, an eye-catchy timetable helps you to know about your tasks at a glance.

Also, you can highlight things, which are very essential to do in your daily study routine.

5. Schedule for breaks –

I’ve noticed that some students are so book-loving that they study for long hours without taking breaks.

But, it’s harmful for their health.

Studying for long hours not only causes mental disturbance but is also useless for effective study.

Hence, it’s mandatory to set a little time for breaks and the duration of the break should be of ten minutes in an interval of one hour.

6. Make a timetable on the paper –

Whether you make the timetable on a computer or a piece of paper, both do the same thing.

But in my opinion, students should make the timetable in paper form.

The paper form of the timetable is the only way to see things very quickly whereas it’s not possible with the digital form of timetable.

7. Fix the time of revision –

In most cases, students forget to include revision time in the timetable, but it’s actually the backbone of the timetable.

While making a timetable, keep in your mind that the time for revision has also been included in it.

Revising daily strengthens your memory and also makes you a better explainer.

So, you must include revision time in the timetable.

8. Make a single time table –

I have seen that students get confused about whether they should make a single timetable or a weekly timetable.

Most of the students are confused about this.

Actually, I prefer to make a single timetable because it never breaks the continuity of daily routine and also maintains the same mindset.

At the same time, a weekly timetable works differently.

A weekly timetable not only disturbs the continuity of your study but also changes your mindset every week.

So, I will recommend you to make a single timetable.

9. Set small goals –

While making a timetable, make sure you’re setting up small goals as well.

Setting up small goals not only increases your preference towards study but also makes you more motivated when they are completed.

Even small goals help us to be free from the pressure of long topics.

Final words –

I hope that the article about how to make time table for study has proved to be very helpful for you.

After reading this article, you won’t have any type of problem of how to make time table for study.

Here, I have discussed some such points that can help you to make a study timetable very easily.

Ultimately, if you really liked the article about how to make time table for study, please share it to those who need it

Thank you.

Vijay Gupta

Hello everyone, My name is Vijay Gupta and I belong to a very small town that is situated in district Hardoi, which is in Uttar Pradesh. 1. Education – I’ve completed my primary education from a private school that is situated in my hometown and upper primary, matric and higher secondary education have been completed from a government college. Well, I was an average student till class 5th, but I accelerated my preference towards studies from class six. Consequently, I passed out many classes with good positions. Even I passed out 12th with good marks ( 405/500 ) and topped my college. Due to getting good marks, I got a cheque of 500 rupees and was rewarded by the Principal of my college. After completing my 12th, I prepared twice for IIT ( Indian Institute of Technology ) from Aakash institute, but unfortunately, I failed to get selected into the best IIT colleges. But during the preparation, I was being graduated from CSJMU Kanpur. I completed my graduation in 2016 and now I’m pursuing an educational degree ( B.Ed. ). 2. Profession – Although I love teaching, but I also do blogging. Both are my favorite jobs.

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