As you have probably realised, studying history is a very time-consuming subject. What makes history as a discipline especially demanding on time is the requirement that you ‘read around’ topics, on top of the need to acquire core knowledge, understanding and skills. There is an expectation when studying history that you should digest material that goes beyond what is stated in a syllabus.
As a university student, you will have the added challenge of being expected to work independently without constant prompts about goal setting and task completion. This article aims to provide you with some of the tools that will help you manage your time more effectively and efficiently, so that you can get the most from your study of history.
Your organisation does not have access to this article.
Sign up today to give your students the edge they need to achieve their best grades with subject expertiseSubscribe