Making a study time table for exams is one thing and sticking to the pre planned time table is another. But one of the biggest challenges in sticking to the time table is bad time management. If you've planned to study for 8 hours per day, you got to study for 8 hours in order to reach your target. Here's how you can study for 10 hours a day. Studying 10 hours a day is something many students plan for and this is how you can achieve it. Read on!
1) Know your choices
It's an old school principle that says studying early in the morning gives the best results. It is a myth that needs to be busted now. Studies have revealed that there is no best time for studying. It varies from an individual to another. So if you're mind is at its best comfort in the early morning, go for it but if it is in the late nights, don't back out from studying in late nights as well. Know what your choices are and stick to it. This way you can allocate the maximum number of hours of study in that particular segment. For example: If you love studying late nights, you can study from 9 PM in the night to 2:30 AM which will cover your 5 hours of study with small breaks in between. The same goes for people for are early birds. Thus, try to cover 5 hours of study at time when your mind is at its best comfort.
2) Study 2 to 3 hours after eating food
Eating food will enhance your energy levels and this time can be utilised to study for 2 to 3 hours with breaks in between. Remember that in an one hour stretch of studying, you got to be taking breaks of 10 minutes after every 45 minutes to 1 hour.
3) Study for 2 hours after refreshing yourself or after taking a nap
Many students are used to taking naps in the afternoon in their break time. After this break.time, your mind is refreshed and is willing to grasp more information. So utilise this opportunity to study for 2 hours to 3 hours.
4) Make space for revision
Studying all fresh concepts for 10 long hours might be quite difficult for most of you. The best hack to this is to make space for revision in between study hours or after study hours. 8 hours of studying can be completed by taking revision notes for the last 2 hours. This will not you only prevent your boredom but will also strengthen your grip on the subject!