Study Tips using your kikki.K Planner

Whether it’s a new year or a new term, this is your chance to truly make it matter. By approaching your year with a clear vision of what you want to achieve, you’re giving your study efforts purpose and setting yourself up for success.

That’s why we’re excited to share some of our favourite study tips, using our new Study Planner! Watch our video for more or read on for tips…

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Study Notes Pad
Study Stickers
Adhesive Notes
Printed Paper Tape
Lunch Box Notes

Set Goals

It’s important to set goals so you know what you’re working towards and you can study with purpose. SMART goals help you develop a clear idea of what you want to achieve and how best to do it. SMART means Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant and Timely.

Don’t Multitask

When it feels like we have 100 things on our to do list, it can be tempting to switch between them constantly. Multitasking reduces the effectiveness of your study. Focus on one subject at a time to learn the most and be clear on your priorities by writing them down.

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Have the Right Tools for the Job

Showing up to class without at least a notebook and pen is a recipe for disaster. How can you remember your lesson if you don’t make notes? Give yourself the tools for success by having a notebook per subject, as well as using a planner or whatever else helps you record deadlines and exam dates.

Be Mindful

Be aware of your energy and stress levels. Take time out when you need it and try to be present when studying. Set yourself rewards for difficult tasks and take a moment to celebrate every small accomplishment.

Study tips using your planner

We hope these tips inspire you to have an amazing school year! Discover our Study Planner here.

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