Technically, it’s not easy to balance two things in your life. People who focus on their studies fail to give proper time to people in their personal life because there’s a lot to take care of. And it is the same with people who study different things at the same time. People who are deeply interested in Islam can also be interested in their duties, so what do these people do? How do they manage their work? People who have to focus on two things usually find it hard to cover everything because they lack the time and there’s more to cover.
They have to give proper time to their studies and also leave some me time for themselves. If you’re planning to start your Islamic studies and also continue other studies then you should first think properly. But, if you follow our blog then you won’t have to think before choosing your passion because we are going to offer some really useful things here. Here is a primary guide to excelling in different studies.
1) Break it down
The first step of this guide is to break down. By break down, we mean that you should break everything down, basically all the notes or the things you need to memorize. Break it down into small sections, this will make it easier for you to memorize everything. Moreover, you can also break down one subject or section first and cover it properly before moving to the next one. Breaking down into small parts is the best way to understand everything even teachers use this technique to explain everything to their students properly.
2) Choose times
Allot different times to your study. You won’t be able to finish your studies on time if you don’t give them proper time, so to finish everything on time you should first allow some hours to each subject. You should decide that this particular time of the day is for your Islamic studies and the other one is for whatever career studies you want to complete.