Advice for dividing your time between working and studying
1- You must organize your tasks
This is the first thing you must do to be able to complete all your tasks successfully. We recommend you set yourself some goals for each day depending on the time you have to get all your activities done and your abilities.
2- Do physical tasks when you mental performance slows
When you notice that your mind can’t take any more, change to another task. When you start to tire, we suggest you switch to a physical task which requires a lot less mental effort. In this way you can make the most of every minute.
3- Set some goals
If you set yourself some specific goals it will be easier for you to achieve them, and if you make a list of your goals you can cross them out as you complete them which will also motivate you.
You must dedicate some time to yourself to relax and rest because your mind and body need it. Do the activity you like the most, whether that’s reading, watching TV or a film, or even lying on the sofa doing nothing. Whatever you need to relax.
5- Have patience
There will be days when you feel like you’ve had enough and you’re exhausted, but remember that all your effort will reap rewards. This is why patience and forbearance are crucial: you won’t be studying forever and the satisfaction you’ll feel when you finish will make all your hard work worthwhile.
At micampus Residencias we support your decision to work and study at the same time and we hope this advice is helpful to you.