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What is the best way to plan out your day with you classes given?

How should I split my day up to manage all my time correctly?

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Rebecca’s Answer

Thank you for your question. This is a very common question many students have. This is how your manage your time effectively.
Firstly, you may identify a time management tool that suits you, e.g. your phone calendar, MS Outlook, etc.
Below are my suggestions :
1. Put in the time you need to attend the classes
2. Schedule in some time everyday for your assignment, project, etc. and also revision including the material covered on the same day and prepare for the classes of next day
3. Make sure you have sufficient time to sleep
4. You can then schedule in some for exercise, your hobbies/leisure, family and friends gathering, etc.
5. You may need to assign more time for your revision when going near the exam / assessment
Hope this helps! Good Luck!
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Bria’s Answer

When a semester first started I would take the syllabus and write down every important dates in a planner. Use productivity tools like Trello. It allows you to map out assignments, classes, etc. in a easy way for you to see. You can set reminders and deadlines. Start as early as possible so you find a routine that you can stick with.

Find time management tools that work best for you. If you find it hard to sit and study all at once, use a Pomodoro timer online.

Lastly, make sure to take time for yourself, and plan breaks. Burnout is real and can affect your performance.
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Trevor’s Answer

It all depends on how you like to do your day. Some people like breaks in between classes and others prefer to get it all over with together. I would say use a to-do list and a calendar as a start. Maybe even a planner. You can do this digitally or on paper. Many of these methods just depend on what works best for you!
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