Feel free to use any or all of these tools and templates to help you have success both in your exam progress and well as in your career.
There isn’t a one-size fits all solution, and various techniques might work better for different people or different tasks/exams. Experiment to see how you can use these to the best of your advantage.
As always, feel free to send an email to email@example.com if you have any questions, suggestions, or comments.Tools
- ProSocial Learning Exam Study Log – This excel-based study tracker was created to help you accurately and honestly track the number of hours that you have put towards your studying goals. Take advantage of the daily and weekly summaries to know when you’re ahead or behind schedule, and how you can make up that time.
- ProSocial Learning Exam Study Log – Instructions Video – Brief video that walks you through how to use the ProSocial Learning Exam Study Log effectively.
- ProSocial Learning – Individual Task and Milestone Tracker – Do you have specific tasks or milestones that you’re trying to reach by certain days? It might be to finish reading a section of material, or to complete a work project, or any other goal that is on your mind. Use this tool to help organize, and prioritize your upcoming deadlines and get color-coded reminders as you near your target date.
- ProSocial Learning Automated Time Tracker – By Topic – Want a better way to calculate how long you’ve spent studying or working on a specific item? This tool makes it easy to do that by allowing you to transform your start and stop times each day of the week into an easy-to-understand weekly summary. See exactly where you are spending your time on a daily basis (great for consultants who bill to different client codes too!)
- SAMPLE Study Day Out of office message No email Access – Looking for a way to increase your productivity during study time? Use this template as a starting point for an email auto-responder (e.g. “out-of-office” email or “on-vacation” email). This template is designed to maximize your ability to study by minimizing distractions and putting you in control of your schedule. Modify as needed for your own use, even if you’re not working or are just studying for a few hours.
- SAMPLE Study Day Out of office message Limited Access – If you’re not comfortable letting people know they can’t reach you on a study day, you can use this version of the draft email to establish a few checkpoints when it comes to emails. Ultimately, you should use the method that’s best for you, but our recommendation is to do what it takes in the days leading up to study time to completely clear your schedule from distractions.