Study With Wunderlist
One thousand useful tips
You’ve shared more than a thousand #StudyWithWunderlist tweets — a wealth of handy study tips for everyone to use. No matter if you’re in the middle of a semester, getting back to school or just looking for general productivity tips, finding a gem of wisdom is now just one click away. So without much further ado, let’s share the top 14 tips and announce our competition winners.
Did you know that if you commute 30min a day, it adds up to six full days a year. Amy’s got a great tip to help you get the most out of that time.
Download audio files of lectures onto your smartphone or iPod and listen to them during your commute. #StudyWithWunderlist— Amy Ruegemer (@aruegemer) February 14, 2014
While productivity and coffee often go hand in hand, adding beer to that equation raised a few eyebrows around the office. This tip from Ajay though, used in moderation of course, should help those of you out there looking for a jolt of creative inspiration.
Nora has a great tip to about getting started with writing your next paper. Taking the first step is always the hardest.
If I have to write, I tell myself "Get 1 paragraph out, no matter how well it turns out." Much easier to cont. after #StudyWithWunderlist— Nora (@norrche) February 14, 2014
When hitting the books, Sue says that keeping your brain supplied with the right nutrition will help you study better and longer.
Often less is more. Samuel likes to use a single school list, and use tags for each class.
Another method to keep your study organized, is to use multiple shared lists like Vipul does.
A list for every course -add every reading, every project task to it. Share list with project mates. Hyperplanning FTW #StudyWithWunderlist— Vipul Thakur (@alwezvipul) February 12, 2014
Setting aside for distraction-free focus time like Maruan does to help him optimize his study time.
Schedule 2-3 hours each morning for deep focused learning. No email, no facebook, no chating, just sit and #StudyWithWunderlist— Maruan Al-Shedivat (@alshedivat) February 13, 2014
Dreaming big and thinking small keeps Alex on track.
Keep 3 lists for study goals: 1 year, 90 Day and Weekly Sprints. Set sprints to break goals in to manageable chunks #StudyWithWunderlist— Alex Collins (@alexcollins) February 13, 2014
If you own multiple devices and are hopping between classes, take a leaf out of Dabo’s book and check his blog post of tips.
Educator Cindy gets her students use Wunderlist to help them manage their school projects.
As a GATE teacher I have my students use Wunderlist to plan brainstorm and develop project action plans. #StudyWithWunderlist— Cindy Hughes Lynch (@MizLynch) February 13, 2014
Studying often means doing a lot of research and reading, Shabaz has a great way to share what you come across with your classmates.
Plan a project, share with other students, use the awesome 'Add to Wunderlist' bookmark when browsing Internet for help #StudyWithWunderlist— Shabaz (@mshabaz) February 13, 2014
If you’re preparing for a test or exam, Ryan’s got a great method to revise with your friends.
Sometimes the topics we study are more complex than we think, Benjamin takes Ryan’s tip one step further.
Divide yr subject into multiple steps and focus on just one step at a time untill you can explain it to you grandmother #StudyWithWunderlist— Benjamin Paulus (@DegausserIll) February 13, 2014
Studying to music’s a great way to stay motivated, just remember to mix it up like Adam does.
My Tip for #StudyWithWunderlist is simply try to listen to something that's not just calming but motivating, and tbh Electro works for me.— Adam Parton (@AdJPart) February 13, 2014
Thank you to everyone that entered, and congratulations to our 14 winners. We’ve sent you a Direct Message, so be on the lookout for 1 year of Wunderlist Pro, your very own Wunderlist T-shirt and some extra goodies.
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