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How do you create a learning plan?

    • Decide whether you need detailed daily plans or whether weekly or monthly plans make more sense for you – depending on how big your learning goal is.
    • Include your daily life and leisure time in detailed plans.
    • For daily plans, also pay attention to your daily biorhythm with your daily highs and lows and your own learning speed.
    • Divide your learning material into learning units. Plan generously and realistically. Concentrated learning may be possible for 20 minutes at the beginning, later often for 1.5 to 2 hours.
    • After that, you usually need a break. Plan for breaks.
    • Also plan for time buffers. Something can come up while you are learning.
    • Set intermediate goals in your learning plan. This motivates you to continue learning and helps you to check your planning.