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Recently embarked on distance learning and I am currently studying two things (not a degree) Now I work fulltime and have other commitments, what I dont want to do is endup quiting due to burnout. I was thinking of creating some sort of timetable/schedule for studying so I can have days where I leave the books alone. How do you guys manage your time?
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I'm not a distance learning student, however I think and would advise that dedicate each day to whatever ur studying..if it's two..do half and half rather than one all day as u could get bored and start misbalancing...unless necessary..don't dedicate one thing per day...
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I have vague study timetable in my head but I seldom keep to it.

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Recently embarked on distance learning and I am currently studying two things (not a degree) Now I work fulltime and have other commitments, what I dont want to do is endup quiting due to burnout. I was thinking of creating some sort of timetable/schedule for studying so I can have days where I leave the books alone. How do you guys manage your time?
What course are you studying?
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It depends on your life. What kind of job do you have (regular hours or shift work)? Do you have kids? Do you live alone and do your own cooking etc? I have an estimate of hrs that I should to study per week but in reality I just study whenever I have energy and time. You definitely need to reserve time for other things
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I don't have a timetable written down but I plan in my head when I am have possible times to do the work. When it comes to deadlines though, I do end up spending more time on it.
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im doing a level maths.
I've got my first exam in may, so I'm doing more but I do at least 90 mins when my son is at nursery. and I try to do another hour when he's gone to bed, after my daughter has done her homework at my table.
I didn't use to do anything Wednesday evening but I do now just to get everything done.

I'm on holiday at the moment but I do have my tablet and whiteboard with me so that I can still work through past papers if I feel like it.
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im doing a level maths.
I've got my first exam in may, so I'm doing more but I do at least 90 mins when my son is at nursery. and I try to do another hour when he's gone to bed, after my daughter has done her homework at my table.
I didn't use to do anything Wednesday evening but I do now just to get everything done.

I'm on holiday at the moment but I do have my tablet and whiteboard with me so that I can still work through past papers if I feel like it.
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