ExamTime study hacks will help you to find out the ways of organizing your study and measuring your results; they will also help you to understand how effective your study is and whether it is effective at all. These suggested study hacks are focused on your study organization, which means A LOT for achieving brilliant results.
If you want to reach your academic goals, ExamTime subjects will be your focal point. Find out how a number of functions, which ExamTime subjects have, can help you to get better results ever.
Learning Process Should Be Tracked
Study is definitely an active process; this means not only the creation of new resources, but also the review of the already created ones. For instance, if you want to attempt a quiz within an already created subject, you'll be able to monitor the whole learning process as your results will be tracked in due course. The same way your attempts of flashcards can be tracked if you use the "I Don't Know" and "I Know" buttons.
Your Subjects Should Be Organized
It's essential to break up the study plan and divide it into subjects. As a rule, students will get several subjects with, accordingly, different needs. The time should be planned and properly identified, as it's really important to have the correct amount of time on each section. All Users of ExamTime have a "General" subject by default. Still, we do insist that your own subjects should be created and your resources organized properly.
Your Topics Should Be Divided
Your resources should be divided within your subjects, later you can filter your subjects, in this case by 'Topics' that is another feature of the ExamTime. Let's imagine you get a subject for 'languages', in which you are able to add topics like 'reading comprehension' 'vocabulary' or whatever you feel like to add. You are allowed to name the topics the way you want, adapting them to your own ideas, as these topics may not match your subjects' 'official' titles. How can the topic within a subject be created? Just enter the subject and choose 'Add a new topic', that's all. Create them as many as you wish!
Your Own Study Planner Should Be Created
The next step after categorizing your study resources is concerned with the study calendar. Just find the 'Calendar' button in the top menu and click on it. Your calendar with the current week will be seen on the right hand side and your subjects will be seen in the left column. Then your subjects should be dragged over into the calendar and the information (title, topic, start time etc) should be added. Thus, you are given an opportunity to organize your subjects in a visual and simple way.
Inspiration Should Be Found
One more very helpful thing is called 'Related Resources'. The tags on resources in the subject, which you are getting along with, are analyzed with the 'related' button, and you're given recommended resources. Keep in mind that your study resources should be labeled properly, as our search engine should understand what areas you are studying in order to provide you even better related subjects.