Key aspects of good planning time
In all planning of time spent studying five basic aspects they are generally considered. Must be:
- a) Realistic in two ways: First, in terms of your skills, your weaknesses, your age, your needs to play and have fun, and second, in that the work plan you’re going to meet each day with determination and effort . That is, it will not be something that is great in theory but not in practice meets. A clear example of realistic planning and at the same time would be the staff of a hyperactive student ten years of age. Who need to study only for very short periods of time because their nervous system does not allow you to stay focused for more than fifteen or twenty minutes, and then do something else or get some rest.
- b) Personal: Prepared by yourself, but they can help you the advice of your parents and teachers. Personal planning also means, of course, you have to adapt to the difficulties involving each subject for you, your mental abilities, your performance level, etc. For example, if the language is subject to absolute breeze, while mathematics is a tough nut to crack, personal planning well done should allocate more staff time working on mathematics, group work and continuous teacher questions and persons who can clarify your doubts on this matter.
- c) Flexible: Which does not mean that when pleases you find one excuse for leaving the study for the next day. Flexible plans that include backup times that can be used in the event of unforeseen have arisen. For example, did you have to go with your parents for a weekend and not possible to review a lesson and do some exercises? Then you have fun during the weekend and on Sunday, the evening that usually do not study, you do now exceptionally finish your work to have them ready on Monday morning.
- d) Revision: You must be honest with yourself and correct, if necessary, that does not work well in the personal work plan that has drawn you.
- e) Written and between your eyes, close to the desk. The curriculum must be something very concrete and timely forces you to be demanding on yourself. Therefore, you must write and faithfully abide by it.
Variables to consider rationally to allocate the time to each subject
- a) Degree of difficulty of each subject for you specifically: Can serve to find out the results of the previous year, your own experiences and opinions of your teachers and your parents. The difficulty can be a lot, pretty, normal, low and high.
- b) Fitness or actual capacity you have for each subject: The results obtained in previous years can serve as a reference if you have been a working student of valor. Otherwise, you must guide the judgment of the teacher and your own experience of the few times I’ve put interest and attention in class to see if your intellectual capacity is very high, medium, medium low, limited.
- c) The attitude is the same as the interest and effort that you show in each subject. It can be very positive, positive, courageous little. Indifferent, passive, negative.
- d) Standards of the teacher: You may be excessive, big, normal, and low. You can find out for other students and for yourself.
- e) Goals or expectations you intend: You aspire to obtain outstanding results, very good, good enough.
- f) Time allotted to calibrate fine as long as you assign to each subject, aiming at concrete results, you must perfectly combine all the variables we finished exposing, remembering that time staff work at home must not exceed three hours.