字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Hello guys! Today I'm going to use a simple calendar to plan my study sessions for three tests. This is a good way to organize your studying, and making sure that you are able to comprehend all of your material before the big day arrives. For this, you can either use your planner calendar or a custom-made calendar. I like to plan my studying at least two or three weeks before a test or an exam. This may sound exaggerated, but if you start studying ahead of time, you'll be able to manage multiple subjects, your comprehension on your material will be much more extensive, you'll have plenty of time to review and reinforce your knowledge and, finally, you'll reduce your stress levels because you've plenty of time to manage your study with other non-academic tasks. Using a calendar to plan for tests is a great visual reference, so you can keep track of the amount of study you're dedicating to each subject. As well as planning in advance, idle days or days where you can skip certain subjects. Just grab your syllabus or an index with all the chapters and topics you have for each subject and divide them between all the days in your calendar. For complete visual referencing, it's perfect to color code your subjects. That way, you can have an overall understanding of how long it will take for a certain test and how long you'll be studying for it. Isolate the date for test from your calendar and highlight them from the rest of your days. Try to avoid studying further that day. If your test is in the evening, make a quick review if you have the time to. If your test is in the morning, don't get up early to review! You'll need a good night of sleep and reviewing after you wake up will only make you more nervous. Try as much as possible to avoid studying all of your subjects every day. But don't go as far as avoiding one subject for more than two days. That will make slow your study rhythm. Try to coordinate theoretical studying and practical studying. You can organize your calendar and dedicate a few days for each subject, for example, once a week to only solve exercises or mock tests, and interpolate those days with more intensive reading. You can also schedule a study session where you say out loud the contents for a certain subject two or three days before your test. When you say out loud your contents, you get a notion of how prepared or not you are for your test. And if you leave two days between that session and your test, you still have two days to review. I hope you found my tips useful! If you are new to my channel, just click the subscribe button below for a lot of videos on school advice, organization and productivity tips! Thank you for watching! Bye!