How to work and study
Students who work and study seem to enjoy the best of everything. They get their education and at the same time are able to keep their jobs and get a paycheck. However, it isn't as easy as it sounds and studying at the same time as working is probably one of the hardest things you'll ever do in life.
I want you to know that work and study equally go together but the reason why many people never succeeded in doing this is highly due to how they go about it. But today, I want you to know that it’s total free and very possible to carry out these assignments together without having to miss anything in life.Below are some few ways in which you can work and study at the same time.
How to work and study
In order to work and study at the same time, you have to make a good time management for yourself. Set up a daily or weekly plan for yourself and ensure that you set aside time for your studies daily. Vary the study times to fit in with other commitments such as family, sports etc. Be aware and accept, that your weekends are likely to be eaten into by at least some regular study. Depending on your commitments and need for sleep, early Saturday or Sunday mornings can be a good choice to allow you free time later on both days for family, religious observation, sport, friends, other activities etc.
Another way to do this is to get yourself motivated by staying in contact with your classmates. Use the e-mail to share ideas and brainstorm responses to assignments. When studying and working, it can be easy to lose motivation without constant student contact, so make the most of technology to "cyber meet". Try to catch up before or after classes occasionally to put faces to the names.
When concerns your study, set up a quiet place for study away from home life distractions, such as the television, phone calls or other family members. Always keep your textbooks, notes, computer etc., in this one place for easy access and retrieval when needed. It saves worrying where things are after a long day at the office, store or workshop when you're feeling tired!
Enjoy the crossover between work and study. Full-time students may appear enviable to you but they are missing out on the key ingredient that is pushing you - work experience. Already working provides added value to your study, by providing real-life insights and examples that can help you better understand your studies. Even if your work and studies are completely unrelated, work is still providing you with the skills of prioritizing, managing, balancing tasks, time-management, dealing with colleagues and customers etc. All of this is invaluable when compared to the inexperience of a full-time student.
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When being very occupy like this, once in a while, you will be having little clashes with family members and friends. In this case, ask them to understand you have taken on a lot of work for the duration of the studies and they may not see much of you at times, such as when you have assignments due or examinations to study for. If you have to miss classes because of work, see your professor/teacher to make arrangements to catch up on the missed work, lecture etc. Don't assume the professor will understand at exam time - be upfront from the start of the course.
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