How to Make a Study Schedule
Someone asked me to tell them how to make a study table so I’ll show you two easy ways to do it. They are both using Microsoft excel but you can probably do this by hand too. The first method is to make it yourself in excel.
1. Open up an excel document, just the regular one.
2. Label it with your class times down the column and across the top the days of the week. You want to include what time you get up so you can plan morning study times if necessary.
3. Now fill it in with your classes and work schedule. I just used a hypothetical class schedule so your schedule may be less or more busy than this.
4. Now fill it in with your study times and what classes you are going to study for. This way you aren’t studying for the same classes everyday. It is a nice change of pace to study a variety of things. Again this is hypothetical and I did not account for meal times or scheduled activities. I included breaks too..
5. Print it out and fill in your weekends with periods of studying and your activities. If you study hardcore during the week it gives you more free time on the weekends.
Now…on to the pre-made templates on Excel
1.Click on schedule for more options for schedules: It should be on the tab underneath the search bar when you create a new excel book.
2. Now pick the one that best fits your life.
Here is another:
That’s it! You can make these yourself by using pen and paper but having a printout every week can be carefree and beneficial for your schedule. Try to use study tables to help keep yourself accountable