Planning and managing tasks
There is no single, perfect way to organise yourself. Try out different systems and use the one which works best for you. As a rule, keep it simple: keep all your dates and deadlines in one calendar and add all the things you need to do to one list.
Solent planning templates
These templates help you plan the year, each month and each week and revision time.
Useful for: Stopping you from feeling overwhelmed and motivating you to get started early on projects.
Alternative: You could use the Calendar Labs website to create your own templates or, enter university dates, project deadlines, classes and blocks of study into your mobile calendar.
This application records and tracks your do lists.
Useful if: You are feeling overwhelmed by all the things they need to do. Note tasks down in a list so that you don't need to keep them in your head, organise them and prioritise them.
Alternative: There are many time management and to do list applications. Other apps include wunderlist and rememberthemilk.com. Search your app store to see if you can find an application that meets your needs.
How good is your time management? Quiz from www.mindtools.com
This quiz and advice from Mind Tools website gives you tips on how to improve your time management.