Time management tips for students: How to organize?

As we know that “Time is money” and your studies are important, we have created this post with useful tips to organize your activities and how to manage time for student. Good luck in managing your time! Before starting an academic year or your exam period. It is important that you have planned how you will carry out all the activities and responsibilities that you have to fulfill.

How to manage time for student

Time management tips for students

To organize your time you must first establish what you spend and then define what you need to invest it. Define what you want or need to invest your time: study, prepare an exam, do an internship, a tutorial, etc.

Write a daily list of things to do, identifying priorities. Test your schedule for a week and then check what things you have worked well, not so well and what are the changes you need to make.

Studying time

Studying time

Before beginning your study plan, answer these questions: When and where do I study better? At what time of day? Do I need days or weeks to study the pending subject? Can I define a study schedule, with defined hours? Even, you do not believe it. Answering these questions will be useful to organize yourself and optimize your time.

Follow the rhythm of the studies; it is basic so that you do not lose the thread and you do not find yourself at the end of the course with a big load of material. The use of your calendar with the registration of your activities and a list of daily tasks will allow you to distribute your academic obligations better.



Meeting deadlines are important, and this requires planning the time periods that are available. Do not leave things for later. Do not leave everything for the next day when the tasks seem difficult, confusing or very extensive.

Finish with your small or affordable tasks. Do not forget to use your agenda! Do a progressive work.

At the beginning of the study, he begins with tasks of medium difficulty, continues with tasks of high difficulty and ends with activities that demand a lower level of concentration.

Try to have a constant work rate and not increase the workload during the last days of an exam or the delivery of practical work.

Rest and sleep well

Take breaks or plan relaxation times. Accumulate stress or fatigue do not benefit the moments of study, you reduce concentration and optimization of time. Studying when we are tired or after an exhausting day’s work is unproductive.

Practice saying NO

It is NOT a word that you must learn to use. You must not accept all the proposals that your colleagues or friends make to you. Sometimes you have to put your own time before others, especially when you have established your priorities.


Have moments of rewards. After you have done a job or you have studied for an exam, take a walk, see your favorite program or meet your friends.

Fight the thieves of time

Identify your time thieves and avoid them. The most common are: interruptions, disorganization, failure to establish priorities, pessimism in the assessment of one’s abilities or work potential, not delegating and postponing tasks, precipitating decisions, disorderly surroundings, lack of planning, emergencies and contingencies, dispersion, lack of discipline. What is your thief?

Kendrick Brown

Next Post

TheĀ  keys to inspiring leadership, regardless of your style

Tue Nov 6 , 2018
Leave behind the inspiring leadership image of a packaged person, dressed in a gray suit and carrying a large briefcase. The outstanding leaders of today come in all shapes and sizes.
inspiring leadership

You May Like