20 good habits for students which can bring them immense success. But for the ease of understanding, I am dividing the list into two parts
(A) Primary Habits
(B) Secondary habits
However, the major habits are dependent on each other.
1.) Time Management for getting Organized:
See, the more complex the assignments get, the more difficult it is to manage time. If you think that for the best time management you need excessively expert planning, it is not so. If you just pay heed to the finer details about the time management techniques of the successful students, you will find that there are two or three things in common.
The first one is they jot down the points on the paper about which things needs to be done at what time or up to what time i.e. they use a planner.
Second is, they keep smaller goals each day to make it easy for them. They do not write on the paper that they need to complete the whole math chapter or series together, instead, they may write that they need to devote at least 15 minutes to the mathematical problem called fraction each day for about 10 days. This is the fragmentation of the goal in small units.
The third one is that they keep a close eye on the clock. If they have decided to pay 15 minutes to the basic math problem, then they will give about 15 to 18 minutes only and not more than that, so that their planning does not become a mess and they don't have to waste the time in planning on the next day also. Wear a clock and check it continuously, is a life habit to cultivate for success in exams.
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