Updated: Aug 7, 2022
By: Mason Weupe
Seven classes each day, two club meetings, three sporting events, and twelve assignments all to be completed by Friday… and it’s Tuesday. Who has the TIME!?? Being an excellent student in and out of the classroom sometimes feels like an impossible task, but what if I told you it doesn't have to be? If you plan accordingly, you only have to study for two hours a day and NOT on Sundays. Yes, just two hours a day! I bet you didn’t think it would be that easy, did you? Stay with me, these strategies I will introduce or reintroduce to you over the course of these blog posts will help ease the hectic scheduling of school and make studying in and out of the classroom flow together with your life seamlessly. We will go over what to do in the classroom, strategies for taking and keeping a log of notes, active recall, spaced repetition study techniques, defeating the forgetting curve, and health and wellness. It may sound like a lot up front, but these strategies allow for fewer hours studying overall, less confusion, maximizing efficiency, and minimizing stress and time-wasting.
Come back every Sunday to learn more about each of those strategies and to find out what you can do to be lazy but efficient!