At the heart of the time management are certain rules, adhering to which any person, regardless of the nature of their activities, can allocate their time as efficiently as possible.
What are the basic rules of time allocation for the student? The first rule is "To think on paper". The essence of it is that it would describe its goals and steps necessary to achieve them in written form. This helps to set a clear goal, to plan in detail how you will achieve it, and eliminates the need to constantly keep all your plans and important things in your head.
The next rule is "Plan ahead of your every day." To plan your day, you will take a maximum of 10 - 20 minutes. But this small "victim" will help to save 100 - 120 minutes of wasted time and aimlessly wasted effort throughout the day. In the evening on the eve, at the end of the working day make a list of the things planned for tomorrow, include there and what you may not have had time to fulfill today.
The rule of "80/20". This rule states that 20% of the work done by you provides 80% of the results you obtained. Those same 20% of cases are, as a rule, the most important and at the same time the most complex, they most often cause. Your task is to be able to single out the most important cases from the entire list and immediately proceed with their implementation, without delay.
"ABCDE" method. The essence of this method is to prioritize the cases that you planned. Not all of them are equally important. A, B, C, D and E- are the letters that you will put against each item in your list of cases, to indicate their importance.
"Thoroughly prepare before starting work." Before you start, it is very important to have everything you need at hand. Pick up in your workplace so that there is nothing left there that is not related to the task that you are going to perform. Remove all unnecessary.
In any case, whatever your goals are, act, and you will certainly be successful!