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What’s the most efficient study timetable
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What’s the most efficient study timetable
It was only today that I discovered my favourite way to make timetables- It's called timeboxing.
This video explained how it works.: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fbAYK4KQrso

It's a very efficient technique that's used by people like Elon Musk and Bill Gates who have a lot going on and so need to stay extremely organised.
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Personally, I never stick to them! I find writing a to-do list of everything I want to get done on that day works better for me but try both and see what works
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mass63 just in case...
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