As a student, having a reading timetable is one thing that makes you more serious with your studies. Anyone can prepare a reading timetable but not everyone can prepare a good one. In preparing a reading timetable, there are certain guidelines to be followed and I would be sharing them with you here. They are:
Give more time for the important subjects like Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Biology for Science students and Literature, CRS etc for Art students.
Always try to avoid those subjects that involves calculations during hot weather or in the afternoon.
Give more time for those subjects you’re weak in.
Make sure you have at least 2 reading periods in a day. Although that’s for the weak ones. I believe 3 periods is ideal.
Now that you know how to prepare a timetable, then the next thing you need to know is how to use it. Here are some tips for you:
Whenever you miss a subject in it’s period, just forget about it instead of moving the subject over to the next. If you are fond of doing this, it therefore means you’re lazy.
Make sure you read for 3 hours a day or more.
If you feel like reading at midnight, use it as an opportunity to read you textbooks while the other periods you have is for reading your school notes with the exception of Maths and English.
That will be all for now. I hope it was helpful. Please remember to comment and share this with your friends