The summary: I need to be hyper-productive.
I work more or less for eight hours a day, but I still need to graduate. I can not stop working--I need to do so--but I'm still trying to find a way to proceed with the study using the rare spare time available to me.
I think I'm the type of student suitable for flash cards, the problem is that I do not have time to write and prepare them.
The question of questions is:
Is there any advice I can follow that will allow me, in the long term, to speed up the organization of the material that I use to study?
A list of possible answers include and is not limited to:
- Stop studying;
- Stop working;
- Stop doing both (uhm);
- method <best answer> is better than flash cards because <motivation>;
- You can do this and that in this order because <motivation>;
- Your problem has no solution because <motivation>;
- Your question is off topic;
- I am your teacher, and now that I know the truth will prevent you from graduate;
- Want a cookie to cheer you up?
The test says: Intrapersonal Intelligence. I would say that it fits perfectly.
Are you graduating from college, getting a PhD, or what? What field? What kind of classes are you mostly doing? Large projects, small problem-solving tasks, memorization-heavy things? Homework, writing, tests? Which methods are best depends on the kind of task involved.
College. Field is Computer Science. I'm doing mostly memorization-heavy things; also problem solving. Just tests, neither writing nor homework.