On average, students from countries that are part of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) spent 27 hours per week learning in regular school lessons. Further, many students at the age of 15 have found themselves spending on average 17 hours per week studying after school. This amounts to 44 hours a week of consistent learning. To help lifelong learners manage their study plan, GPetrium has built a Weekly Study Schedule.
It is as simple as downloading the weekly study schedule, opening the file and begin adding the plan for the week. Ensuring a healthy study balance is essential, so consider the following key areas when creating a weekly study schedule: study subjects, study materials, transportation time, study break, food break, nap/sleep, time off and other commitments.
To some, having a physical copy of their weekly study schedule is the best way to ensure success. To do that, simply press CTRL+P or go to File -> Print.