How to have a productive day at school

Are you a student who wants to be productive, but distractions won’t let you have your way? Don’t beat yourself up; read the guidelines below and you will sing a new song.

● Sleep well the previous day: Get a good amount of sleep the day before, so you can wake up early in the morning. This way, you will be mentally alert for the day’s work.

Don’t snooze your alarm: Snoozing your alarm could stress you out. The time you spend snoozing the alarm every 5 minutes could be used to start prepping for class.
Wake up with a positive mindset: The first few moments after opening your eyes in the morning should be filled with gratitude and positivity. This isn’t the time to think about bills or overdue schedules. Think positive, be positive.

● Take notes in class instead of taking pictures: We know that taking pictures of notes in class appears faster than jotting. However, there is a high chance that you would swipe away from the pictures until you delete them. 

● Get a comfortable seat: It’s a popular opinion that to get the most out of lectures, one should sit at the front row in the class. Our opinion, however, is that you sit where is most comfortable for you. It should be comfortable enough to hear the lecturer and see the notes on the board or screen.

● Avoid side talks in class: You could miss out an important announcement or a very valid explanation when you engage inside talks in class. Don’t be a Debbie Downer; skip the story with friends till you’re out of class.

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● Eat breakfast: Breakfast is an important meal that shouldn’t be skipped, as it gives you the needed energy to kick-start the day’s work. Endeavour to eat something before heading for class.

What other practices help you stay productive? Share with us in the comment section below.

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