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Task-oriented study

As with most things in life, the quality of your study is more important than the quantity. So you'll probably achieve more with task-oriented study than time-oriented study.

Task-oriented study means setting clear tasks and prioritising your work to accomplish certain selected tasks in the time you have available. Rather than just saying 'I'll spend two hours on Biology this afternoon', you'll achieve more if you say 'I'm going to skim read those three chapters for my class and write up my Biology prac'.

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