Setting study goals can feel pretty scary and often kinda pointless if you don’t feel particularly in control of the grades you achieve.
But setting study goals is a key factor in your academic success. They help to focus your attention and energy, and allow you to course correct if you fall off track.
And setting big, scary study goals prompts you to stretch yourself – to elevate your effort, make you focus on upskilling yourself, and prompt you to seek out the support needed to achieve them.
In this episode, you’ll learn how to set big study goals that you can actually achieve. I’ll share with you strategies and mindset tweaks to help you believe in your ability to achieve more.
Now this episode is day 5 of my Studying Jump-Start Challenge. So if you’re watching it during the week of August 31st 2020, get involved and get my feedback over on Instagram. Listen to the episode for more details.
Ways to listen:
- Listen in the player at the top of this page
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Resources and links:
- Register for The Studying Jump-Start Challenge
- Find out more and enrol in my Get the Grades Bootcamp happening this September
- Unofficial calculator to determine Open University degree classification
- Sign up to my free resource library filled with printables, worksheets and mini-guides to help you uplevel your study skills, get more done in less time, and achieve higher grades.
- Grab a copy of my book – The Return to Study Handbook.
- If you’re a non-traditional student and you’d like my help to improve your skills and grades, click here to book a free call where we can chat about your study goals and come up with a plan to uplevel your skills.