You need a good study discipline
You study at the University of Michigan, so you are working hard. If you want to get the best results, you will have to organize yourself well and maintain a good study discipline, which is the hardest thing for almost everyone. To help achieve this, a unique app called STUDEAM (literally “may I study” in Latin) was born. It is the first automatic study planner, created to improve your time management and study habit. It doesn’t study for you, it doesn’t do your homework for you (sorry, we haven’t invented that yet particularly because that would be considered as cheating), but it will plan for you!
The study planner explained
It is not a digital calendar nor a task manager. Forget what you even know and imagine that the best expert in education (a teacher or a pedagogue) asks you to list your tasks, with the minutes you think each one will take, and when you have time available to do them. Imagine that later this expert thinks for a while. Then, the expert will carefully draw a calendar with your optimal planning, indicating the start and end time of each task and the appropriate breaks, from now until the end of the last task. I mean, he’s going to plan it for you.
Also imagine this: if you are short of time to finish the tasks, this expert teacher will detect this problem and will tell you which tasks are at risk, indicating how much work time you should add to your study sessions to get the tasks done.
Finally: imagine that we put this teacher or pedagogue inside an app, so that you have it at your service in one click, wherever you go, as long as you have an internet connection. THAT, PRECISELY, IS STUDEAM: A task manager that orders your tasks, producing, in one click, an objective, concrete and pedagogical planning of your study. It shows the planning to you on a daily, weekly and monthly calendar.
For those whose imagination is not very creative, it is better to see directly how STUDEAM works in the demo video of the app. It is worth every minute (and it is only 5 minutes long)!
Your studies at the University of Michigan deserve the best of you. And it is not enough to be smart, you have to work constantly and plan well to control time.
The idea for this app aroses precisely from the bad experience with time management of one of its creators, first as a student and then, as a high school teacher and tutor. During a course helping students to plan their studying, he came to the conclusion that a planning algorithm had to be built to facilitate the beginning when they had to start studying. Most of his students mismanaged time, they did not do what they should when they should and this also happened to the students with good enough results.
A tool to avoid procrastination
This poor time management is very evident in one of the most common problems: academic procrastination. It negatively affects the academic results and the emotional well-being of students: burden, stress, dropping out of studies… STUDEAM applies a simple and clear method to reduce procrastination in College and High Schools. (If you want to know how STUDEAM manages procrastination, keep reading this post dedicated to this subject.)
So, if you believe that you are a procrastinator, you have the chance to try STUDEAM for free for 14 days. Even the price cannot be an excuse: explore this link to find how to extend longer the free trial.