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September month home learning time table 2020

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September month home learning time table

The next two to three months will be busy for almost all the school students with exam preparation and other related activities.  In such a case, there will be many students who will be in a dilemma regarding their studies as soon as the exams come, what to study, where to start or how much to study?  They must be feeling lost among books on many subjects?  It only happens when you try to plant flags in the finals without studying regularly and then in the end you feel like you are failing.  In fact, the best results in an exam cannot be achieved with just one day of hard work.  Rather, for this, one has to study regularly every day according to a proper time table.  This does not mean that you keep reading all day or just become a bookworm, but you can achieve the best results only by studying for two or three hours every day in a planned manner.

Here through this article we will tell you how to prepare your time table for everyday studies so that you can achieve the desired result in the annual exam without any hassle or stress while studying effectively.

 The tips below will help you create a timetable that will make your study method more effective:

 1. Make a list of all the subjects according to their priority

 When creating an effective timetable, your first task will be to make a list of all the topics to be studied according to their priority.  Priority should be given based on your interest in those topics or their difficulty level.  This will make it easier to guess which subject should be given less time and which subject should be given more time.  Top topics that you find yourself weak or that you desperately need to study so that more time can be set aside for them in the time table.  Also don’t forget to study powerful subjects i.e. those on which you have a good grasp.
2. Know what you have to read in each subject

 After preparing the list of topics according to their priority, the next task will be to know about the important topics within those topics.  This means that before reading a subject, you need to know what are the important topics in it that you can give enough time to.  From the course taught in the class every day at school, you will be able to know which topic is very important in which subject which you can go home and repeat.  You must make enough time in your daily routine to repeat the important topics taught daily so that those topics become fixed in your mind.
3. Divide your study time table into sections

 Prolonged reading of a single subject not only causes boredom but also diverts your mind from reading.  So divide your time table into sections according to all the important topics so that all the topics are given enough time.  For example, if you have to read 3-4 topics every day, give each topic 30 to 40 minutes according to its importance.

 4. Try to sit down to read at the same time every day

 When creating a timetable, be sure to design the timetable in such a way that after coming home from school, you can set aside a specific time to study, keeping in mind the other tasks of the daily routine.  The timetable you create should be something that allows you to sit down to study at about the same time every day.  What will happen is that your mind will be ready to read according to the daily routine and reading will become part of your habits like other activities of the day.
5. Include non-academic activities in your timetable

September month home learning time table





 Prolonged reading can make your brain tense.  This adversely affects both your physical and mental development.  So make sure to take a break in each study session in which you do something other than studies that can relieve physical or mental fatigue and give you refreshments.  In these activities you can incorporate your hobbies like painting, singing, blogging etc. or during this time you can learn a sport or athletics like cricket, football, running, swimming etc. which will become a part of your aptitude.  Can.  So if you sit down to read for two hours every day, break this level by one hour and make sure to take an interval of 25-30 minutes in between.

 6. Make sure to mark everything done according to the time table

 This means that you must write a short description of how much you have read during each level in front of that level in the time table.  In it you have to write which subject you have studied up to which level during which level.  This will make it very clear to you the next time you sit down to read where you have to start reading now and it will be easier for you to make a plan for the future.

 7. Follow your timetable with a strong and determined intention

 The easier it is to create a timetable, the easier it is to step back from what most students do.  After working for a few days according to the time table they have made, the students return to the old routine.  But it is almost impossible to succeed in any task without doing it in a systematic way.  Therefore, in order to be victorious in his academic journey, the student has to create a correct time table and follow it with determination, only then his hard work will pay off.

 Thus dear students, if you too want to touch the clouds of success by climbing the ladder of hard work, it is very important to have a right plan and discipline along with hard work which is only and only by adopting a right timetable.  Can come into your life.

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