This being a student productivity blog, I think I should set a good example by halting my writing during exams. As much as I would love to spend extra time writing, studying is higher priority. Regular posting will resume on June 12th, after exams. For now, I leave you with a round-up of our best exam-related posts.
Gradefix: Study Schedules Made Easy – to put it bluntly, if your not using this app, you are missing out on free marks!
Exercising at your Computer – Studying for hours on end will take a toll on your body. Pay attention to these tips, and take frequent breaks from studying.
The Dual Screen Suggestion – If you are creating spreadsheets, mind-maps, or review notes, it is painful and unproductive to keep switching between windows. Using another monitor can be extremely helpful in these cases.
5 Steps to Securing your Data – What is worse than forgetting to study a chapter in a course? When a hard-drive failure eats your coursework for the entire year, thats what. Be safe, backup.
Use your Desktop Background to Study – just another way to passively add study time, without really noticing.
Schoolr: Start page for students – Useful for research, etc.
Toggl & SlimTimer Review - good apps to help you track study time for each course.
How to wake up early – and why you should do it.
See you again in two weeks!