Podcast: How to use Studyclix Planners to boost your productivity

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Here at Studyclix, we're always thinking of new things that can help students maximise their study and make exams easier. Introducing... printable study planners!


Sometimes when you sit down to study or to write an essay, it can be hard to know how where or how to start. You have loose ideas in your head of what you need to know but you have no idea how to transfer it to paper.

These planners can be used as guides to help structure your study and break information and tasks down in a way that makes sense to you.

Following on from one of our most successful podcasts "How To Make The Perfect Study Plan", we decided to record a podcast giving our tips on how to get the most out of these planners to boost your productivity!


You can also listen to the Studyclix Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Acast...wherever you get your podcasts!

If there's any topic you'd like us to discuss on the podcast or any guests you'd like us to get on, please let us know. You can follow Studyclix on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat and share your ideas with us there. You can also send a message through the Studyclix chat box function or drop us a line at info@studyclix.ie

 

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