My Invented Study Tools
I usually recommend some productive study tools🛠️ of top students to students to boost their productivity🌟.
I have invented🪄 some study tools using my programming knowledge🧑🏻💻 to solve my studying and planning🗓️ difficulties.My Inventions
Ken's Study Planner
I also invented a Study Planner online tool🖥️ using programming knowledge to demystify my study planning🗓️ process.
Ken's Study Planner integrated daily goals checklist, projects manager, events manager, and checklist.
You just need to sign up an account, fill in your daily goals🏆, upcoming projects and events📅, morning and evening routines📋. Then, you can see and manage your situations easily.
My favourite feature is that it displays how many days left📅 until the next exam.
Another one is that it tells you what your next lesson🧑🏫 is based on your schedule🗓️.
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Do you know why I never forget everthing to take🎒 for studying every single day?
Here's my Items Checklist📋. With an item checklist, you can prepare and check☑️ the things you need to take. It will help you memorise💬 your items like your pencil case.
As well as the Items Checklist, I also create a Tasks List📋 with which I can do everything I want in a day📅.
With the Integrated🔗 Planning System, I also ensure that I can achieve🏅 my daily study goals🏆 by finishing my tasks.
My Planning System
Is your Study Materials Messy📚? Messy study materials can occupy more spaces and you will need more time⏳ to find them.
Here's my folders📂. You need to organise your paper-based materials📄 using some folders. You can also organise your computer documents💾 using folders (and Tags🔖 if you are using macOS or iPadOS).
I also use some grid notebooks📒, especially for Mathematics graphs📈, to take organised notes.
Great Study Habits Posters
In order to form great study habits💡, I have stuck some reminder posters🖼️ in my home and school apartment bedroom.
With a timer⏳, you will realise how fast the time🕘 passes.
Because your time is limited⌛️, you will be motivated to concentrate on your study tasks and study productively.
Sometimes, students waste🗑️ their time in their self-study sessions without realising it. By setting a time limit, you will limit your time on one task.
I have made an online timer⏳ as well as my invented smart desk clock using old phones.
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9 Nov. 2022 14 Items that Boosted my Productivity at Home (2022)
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28 Jul. 2022 16 Productive and Diligent Study Tasks to do in A Level 2022 Summer
10 Jul. 2022 9 Types of Productive Apps that Help Students to Study Faster
3 Jul. 2022 How do I Plan my A Level Study and Exams? (2022) | My Planning System
5 Jun. 2022 Study A Level Productively in Online Lessons (2022) during Lockdown
17 Apr. 2022 My 2021 Study Plan, Daily Goals and Routine
28 Feb. 2021