Those who go forward but very slowly can get further if they follow the right road, than those who are in too much of a hurry and stay off it.”
– René Descartes
Studying B Science/B Education (major in Mathematics Education) at UNSW
Recipient of the Teacher Education Scholarship from TeachNSW
1.Write out a daily/weekly to do list on a piece of paper and stick it somewhere you will always see it to remind you of what you need to get done.
2. Prioritise! Finish important or large tasks first so you don’t stress about them later.
3. Account for unexpected events when creating a study plan. Ask your friends and family if they have plans that might affect your study schedule and hence, prepare yourself for changes in advance.