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Apr
20
comment How to utilize time between the two sessions of an exam held in a day?
I'd heartily second this - I coach others through exams and certifications, and this is almost exactly the advice I give them.
Apr
2
comment How do I get myself out of bed in the morning?
sindhus - please first read the existing answers to see what is expected
Mar
20
comment Productivity apps are not for me!
blag - this is waaay to broad. If you like or dislike a particular app, that's up to you. If you want to use an app for a specific task, we can probably answer that reasonably well.
Mar
19
comment Planner software
Ausson - can you please add a line of explanation as to why you recommend each of these. Also, please re-read tour and How to Answer to see what the site requirements are for posts; you'll notice all but this one have had to be removed.
Mar
16
comment How to cope with the situation that my teacher was not happy with my mistake of writing a wrong title
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it has nothing to do with Personal Productivity. You could have a read of Workplace Stack Exchange to see if it may work there.
Mar
6
comment How can we eliminate the process of 'imperfect recall' of information?
the top answer on the duplicate will give you everything you need
Feb
6
comment How to remember things you don't often use?
But in the specific instance the OP mentioned, this isn't useful as it's not a schedule issue, but a keeping that information somewhere issue
Feb
6
comment How to remember things you don't often use?
This doesn't answer the question - it's not about scheduling
Feb
6
comment How do I remind myself to stop browsing and start working
The answer to your specific question is easy: Yes - just use any timer app But in reality the problem is not the time, but the distraction aspect. Closing as duplicate of various posts here.
Jan
25
comment What techniques are there to make more time for useful activities?
This one amuses me, but I'm not sure point 4 is ethically sound...
Jan
21
comment Dilemma of spending time with family members, watching TV and doing something fruitful?
Jeanne is spot on here. If the OP can't manage this informally, then they need to decide their priorities, then then write a schedule and stick to it - for some this will be family first, for others it may be developing hobbies etc - but it has to be a personal decision
Jan
21
comment My wpm (words per minute) is already 93, how can I get any better?
This would help the OP remove his need for corrections, leading to an overall speed increase. Sounds good.
Jan
20
comment How Should I make a Plan of Action to achieve my Goal?
this appears to be a duplicate of a number of questions. Please read those in the Related sidebar to the right.
Jan
19
comment My wpm (words per minute) is already 93, how can I get any better?
That's a good question. I've removed that, as it could come over as confrontational. Secretaries aim for higher speeds (120 wpm) though, so I think the example holds true.
Jan
19
comment My wpm (words per minute) is already 93, how can I get any better?
edited to improve readability and remove unnecessary repetition
Dec
16
comment Issue with pinky finger when typing
This question appears to be off-topic - this is more to do with physical attributes than productivity
Dec
15
comment How to organize life? A bunch of specific details
As Alex and THelper have stated. Ask the questions separately, and forget about all that background - it makes it impossible to read. Alex has also pointed you in the direction of some useful posts - the search facility works okay here. Closing.
Dec
15
comment How to organize studies for HS Physics with only three days left (and nothing yet learned)?
This is really not a productivity question. If you have left it too late, there isn't much you can do without a time machine. This site is in a position to provide guidance on stopping procrastination and working effectively - but not after the fact. That said, there is a dupe that is currently open, so I'll close this as a dupe.
Dec
15
comment Stop shouting during sleep
Your question is 100% off topic. You have asked how to stop shouting in your sleep. This may be medical or psychological, or possibly connected with lifestyle. Please read the site scope.
Dec
11
comment Is there any scientific evidence to show that 1 full day a week or 1 hour a day is more effective for learning?
I was going to close as opinion based - as it really is. Both techniques work for some people. But that means it is a dupe in pretty much every respect.