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How to balance between Coaching and school?

In today’s competitive world, students are enrolled to schools and coaching classes too. It becomes hectic to attend school as well as the coaching classes as you'll be taught the same thing in both of them.

Classroom studies (of both school and coaching), if properly taken care of, contribute near about 80+% to your knowledge and rest is your self-study. Use Classroom time as best study time. Pay attention to whatever is taught in class at school and coaching both, hence time needed to remember study material is less because of repetition in listening and understanding study content. Don’t ignore when teacher teaches in school or coaching because, paying attention will help you remember, learn study material more easily just by repetition.

Start Planning your days for self study. Figure out free time u get after u finish school and coaching class, allocate 50 % of that time for completing homework and rest 50% for your self-study. Make sure u finish studying overlapping content same day when taught in your self-study. That way you will finish your syllabus for exams faster and effectively within less time-frame. Effective Time Management strategies and planning with help you achieve best balance between school and coaching classes. Figure out what do you want to follow for your self-study: content taught in school or content taught in coaching class, and then follow these below steps for that syllabus every day, on regular basis:

  1. Listen + Understand (pay attention)
  2. Read text book
  3. Write (either Home Work or write up whatever u have studied on your own. 
  4. Weekly Revision (Revise highlights / IMP parts of syllabus learnt in that week)

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3 Ways to Keep Yourself Motivated while Studying

Accept it, when exams are just around the corner, everything else, except studies, becomes interesting, even staring at the wall. We all have faced it, though some of us fight with it and some just go with the flow and panic in the exam hall.

Whether you are an average student or the topper of your class, staying motivated to study, especially during exams, is a challenge for all. So here is your teentalk friend to your rescue.

Divide huge assignments into smaller ones

When you have a huge study material with you, your brain starts to feel lethargic already. To overcome this, break down your material into smaller and manageable chunks and set a deadline for them. This also helps in a way that when you study smaller sections, you focus more and also understand the details with more ease.

Have a study routine

It becomes easy to remain motivated when you have a set schedule for it. Make studying a part of your everyday routine, probably in the early hours of the day. That way you’ll know that your time for studying is fixed and your friends and family would also so-operate and wont disturb you at that fixed time. Make sure to stay away from TV, Laptop, mobile phone or any other distraction while you are studying.

To learn how to make a sound timetable, click on the link below:

https://www.teentalkindia.com/got-a-question/general/how-to-make-a-study-timetable-that-manages-my-study-and-house-work-too-308

Keep changing your approach

A fixed study approach will become boring after a while. Changing your study style will not only help you to stay focused for a long time but will also help you understand which all approaches works best for you. For instance, try reading out loud some day, then making mind maps and drawings the other or teaching someone etc.

There is no ‘one size fits all’ policy when it comes to motivation for studying, what works for your friend might not work for you. So keep trying until you find your unique way to remain motivated while studying. All the best!

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