How to organize your study time

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How to Organize your Study Time When I were in high school, there's this girl in my class. She always got the highest score in all the exam. She also a good badminton player who won gold medal in my school's sport festival and she went to piano class twice a week. I have wondered how she could do all that so well while I studied all day, I didn't have time for my other interests and still couldn't achieve the grades as high as hers. And then I found out her method of success: effective time management. This method helps me a lot in my study. And now I want to share it with you. There are three things you have to do to become a good time manager. First of all, you need to overcome procrastination. Procrastination is the most ruthless destroyer of time. Secondly, you have to find out how you spend your time and then setting priorities. This will help you allocate your time more wisely. Finally, making and following a well organized-schedule will train you to concentrate, and concentration is the effective use of time. Successfully following these steps not only make your work easier but also give you more freedom to do things you want to do. Firstly, you have to overcome a tendency to put off or totally ignore your tasks. Basically, because studying is a solitary and often difficult business, it's easy to think of things to do instead. To keep mind and body in shape, it's important to hang out with friends, listen to music, surf the Web, take a naps. But if you use these activities as an escape from studying, you are wasting your time. The Greek philosopher, Epicurus, said: “But you, who are not master of tomorrow, postpone your happiness: life is wasted in procrastination”. Whether you are a minor or a major procrastinator, there are some way to help you. For example, pick out a single goal to concentrate on. Chose a small task, one that can be
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