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Top 5 Tips for getting organised while studying

1. Keep a study diary

Note down any deadlines you have, lesson times and set aside time to practise and what to practise in that time.

2. Write to-do lists and stick to them

A to-do list will help keep you organised and ticking things off your list will also keep you motivated and show the progress you are making.

Try listing things in order of priority and keep your list manageable. don't try to do too much in one day.

Here are some planners which are perfect to help you get organised either by day or week.

Links to planning desk pads

The weekly balance desk pad

Dream Big daily planner pad

The Student work day planner

Weekly planner

3. Sleep

A good nights sleep will mean you wake up feeling refreshed and ready to take on the day ahead (and your to-do list).

4. Organisation

Keep your notes organised and easy to find. Keep your desk tidy and ready for you to start your time studying.

5. Stay Calm

Don't panic at the last minute, especially before an exam. If you have put steps 1-4 into place then you should be ready and prepared for exams and deadlines.

Are you ready to take the next step and join us to study English?

Here at English in Manchester, we have great facilities, excellent teachers and a great track record. Alongside our top 5 tips, we can help you to achieve your goals of learning English in a friendly and encouraging environment.

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