- How, when and where do you study best?
- What motivates, rewards and distracts you?
- Put tasks into a ‘Priority Matrix’.
- Know the difference between 'important' and 'urgent' tasks.
Use calendars and planners
- Colour code your week and allocate slots for studying.
- Break big projects into smaller tasks, each with a deadline.
Try the Pomodoro method
- Working in 25-minute bursts (with a 5-minute break in between) helps with concentration.
Use technology to help you
- Calendars, productivity apps, reminders and to-do lists such as Drop Task and Wunderlist.
- Get started by looking at 'No DSA software? No problem'.
Routines are more powerful than willpower
- But they take time to establish. So get started!
Available as a mobile app for iOS and Android and also a Chrome extension, Forest helps you put down your phone and get productive!
A free online tool to help you manage tasks and projects, using visual boards. Create lists with draggable cards, then add links, colour coding, checklists, reminders and more.
If you have lots of open tabs, OneTab extension for Chrome and Firefox will convert them into a single list, freeing up memory and speeding up your computer. Click to reopen tabs or save and export.
Chrome extension which helps you limit or block distracting websites.