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time management, compass, clock, Pomodoro Technique, study timetable, homework schedule, planning, prioritising, checklist, "To do" List, "less is more" , "quality not quantity", strategic planning
Your time is precious – there are lots of things that are competing for the 24 hours you have in a day. How effectively do you use these hours? Do you try and fit in as many things as possible, or is it more about doing the things that are important to you?
Does this apply to your study routine?
What do you think is most important - the amount of time you put into the study (clock) or the quality of what you do (compass)?
Just because you do a lot of work in your study time, it does not necessarily mean it is effective. Depending on what you actually do in that study time, sometimes less is more. It’s about quality not quantity.
Which will you be guided by – the compass or the clock?
The worksheets and planners in this section are designed to help you be strategic in the way you plan your study time. They will help you guide your study (the compass), rather than just fitting in as much as possible (the clock).