Published 2 months ago: February 10, 2023 5:42 PM
If 2023 looks like it’s going to be a big year of learning for you, the first few months are likely to leave you feeling a little anxious about what’s to come. Consider these study and productivity tips we’ve put together with the help of Apple and a few study professionals.
Alicia Wong and Sarah Rav both partnered with Apple to study smarter The series runs through March 9 on Today at Apple.
Alicia Wong is a medical student with over 200,000 followers on YouTube who shares tips on productivity, study, and creative note-taking.
Reinvent your study routine with Alicia Wong will take place at Apple Broadway on Wednesday, February 8th. This session will show you how to use your iPad as a study planner. How to increase your productivity and reach your research goals.
Sarah Rav is also active in the medical field, working as a medical practitioner for her first year. Rav is also a research pro where she has amassed 2.7 million followers on TikTok and her Instagram.
How to prepare for exams with Sarah Rav is a virtual session on Thursday, March 9th at 7:00 PM AEDT. Rav focuses on how to juggle multiple commitments, not just prioritizing health, so expect advice on this during the session.
Get tips from Alicia Wong and Sarah Rav
Before the Study Smarter session, Wong and Rav each shared some of their most effective study tips. Check them out below and try them out next time you’re having trouble keeping track of everything.
- Take advantage of your learning style. I’m a very visual learner, so I like using my iPad and Apple Pencil to add diagrams, annotate diagrams, and lay out things in a visually appealing way. is.
- Plan ahead so you have more time to do what you love. Just because you’re a full-time student doesn’t mean you have to give up your hobbies or other goals. By planning days and weeks ahead, you can maximize your productivity and free up more time.
Here are some Rav learning tips:
- Focus Mode – On iPhone, iPad, and Mac, you can continue using your device for work or school without distractions from social media or other apps
- Time limits – plan your day in advance using your notes or calendar app and assign specific times of the day to complete each task
- TIME-LAPSE YOUR DAY – Motivate yourself to keep working by capturing a time-lapse of your study, chores, and work to provide ‘hero’ moments without your phone. Then you can watch it and be proud of your hard work!
Other Apple tools for productivity
If the above wasn’t enough, Apple is Apple, and there are plenty of other tools to help you study and be productive in general throughout your day.
try joint messaging
- Tap the share button in Notes, Reminders, Keynote, Safari and other apps to send collaboration invitations via Messages. Everyone in the thread is automatically added to your document, spreadsheet, or project.
- When someone makes an edit, you’ll see an activity update at the top of the message thread.
- Tap Refresh to return to your shared project.
Shared tab group when learning
- Safari makes it easy to share tabs and collaborate on projects with others. Everyone can add their own tabs and instantly see tab group updates as they work together here.
Try Stage Manager on iPad
- With iPadOS 16, Stage Manager is a solid option for multitasking. This tool automatically arranges apps and windows into one view. You can adjust the size of the window or create a group of two apps together. You can also peek at the left side of the screen to add new windows or navigate to recently used apps. Stage Manager can be launched by tapping the corresponding icon in the Control Center. Note that this is available for iPad Pro 12.9 inch (3rd generation or newer), iPad Pro 11 inch (1st generation or newer), and iPad Air (5th generation).
Create a “focus” home screen while you study
- Rav suggested taking advantage of your iPhone’s or iPad’s focus settings, but you can extend that by setting your home page to match the focus settings you’re using. Organize your apps and widgets in a way that reduces temptation by showing only relevant apps. This page is visible when it has focus and is hidden at all other times.
- Instead of popping up for every little detail, you can schedule notifications to be delivered daily at a time of your choice. After you receive the overview, you can scroll through to see what needs your attention.
Use more notes when studying
- The Notes app lets you organize your notes into folders and pin important notes to the top of your list. To create folders: Tap the folder icon, select your account (if you have more than one),[新しいフォルダー]and enter your name. To create subfolders: Long press a folder and drag it to another folder. You can also lock your notes with a passcode if you want security.
You can also study exercises, especially in groups, using the new Freeform app. So read all of the following here.