Students often begin university or college planning to get adequate rest, which means going to bed at reasonable times. However, the way these schools are structured often works against this goal. First of all, unlike in high school, university and college class schedules are irregular. A student may have to be up one day at 8:30 a.m., and another at noon. They may have one class in the morning and one in the evening. Therefore, it is difficult for students to know exactly when to go to bed, when to rise, and when to take naps. Sometimes, students will either sleep too much, which will cut back on their study time, or too little, which will cause their academic performance level to decrease.
Another source of sleep problems for students is partying. While a student may know that he or she should be in bed, they may ignore this knowledge and stay up partying with friends instead. If one lives in a dorm or another loud student building, one is often kept awake by other noisy students, even if they haven’t joined the parties themselves. On the other hand, serious students often keep themselves awake at night by studying too long. Other students who are concerned about their academic progress will often allow anxiety to keep them awake.
“Max Grades Min Effort,” Jacky Truong’s recently released study system, can assist students with all of these problems. Truong, who graduated near the top of his class at Australia’s Griffith University, actually struggled at the beginning of his academic career. Through experimentation, he discovered the study strategies which led him to success. After graduation, he created “Max Grades Min Effort” in order to teach other students these strategies. The program consists of five e-book modules, with each focusing on a specific topic related to academics, plus two bonus features, Truong’s self-created Gantt Chart Time Management software and a 14-day Action Plan which will help each user get started on the program.
Students having trouble dealing with poor sleep patterns will find the second, third, and fifth modules especially helpful. The second module, “Secrets of Speed Studying,” will teach students how to quickly and efficiently read textbooks, take notes, memorize lists, and complete practice problems. Therefore, students will be able to work at a fast pace. They will not have to stay awake during the time they could be using for sleep, completing homework in ways which require more energy output than is necessary. Learning to study quickly and efficiently will also allow students to spend more time socializing, while still completing all of their academic tasks.
The third module, “The Time-Management Secret,” will help students plan their time so that they can best determine when to fit their sleep in. This section contains a chart which enables students to calculate how many hours they have left for studying after taking all of their other activities into account. Students must budget sleep into this chart, and make sure their study time isn’t seeping into their sleeping time—no amount of studying will be very helpful if a student is falling asleep during a test. This weekly chart will also give students a better idea of how to schedule each day, including when they will nap and when they will go to bed each night. The fifth module, “How to Simply Dominate Any Exam,” will help students who start to experience anxiety and insomnia when exams are coming up. This module goes through a routine students should follow the night before an exam. The techniques suggested, as well as those suggested for use during the weeks leading up to the exam, will reduce a student’s feeling that they need to stay up all night and cram or worry.
The overall aim of “Max Grades Min Effort” is to teach students to put in the minimum effort needed to achieve the maximum results possible. If students follow the program, they’ll automatically be able to sleep better, since they’ll simply have more time to relax. They will also have reduced anxiety levels, so upcoming exams and assignments, and even other noisy students won’t affect them as much. Buying the program now will allow students and parents of students to take advantage of the introductory price of $37 (the regular price will be $497). The system can be purchased at http://www.maxgradesmineffort.com, and upon purchase, is available for immediate download. All customers will also have free access to any future upgrades to the program.