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We have worked hard and done several audits over the years to help students balance study, work & life.

Please find below some tips to kick start your successful journey at BDT.

Get Organized
Making a plan for what you’re going to do and when you’re going to do it will make sure you’re always ahead of the curve – literally.

Don’t multitask

Studies have shown that multitasking is physically impossible.

Divide it up

Studying isn’t fun to begin with, and forcing yourself through a study marathon will only make it worse. Dividing your work into manageable chunks and rewarding yourself when you finish the task. This will be encouraging fun.


Don’t underestimate the importance of those eight hours of zzz’s every night! Getting a good night’s rest will sharpen your focus and improve your working memory. Always take a few days off before exam to organise yourself. Do not juggle between work and study when close to exam time. Plan your travel ahead. Check your your computer connections when doing an online exam with login details.

Set a schedule

 Throw a schedule to read daily. Do early mornings work better? Do late night or lunch break?
It’s your call, just make sure to do it.

Take notes

Keep a small notebook in your clinic and make notes of doubts or any other clinic work you would like to discuss with your trainer or colleague later.


This one might be obvious, but did you know that there’s a right and a wrong way to study? Review your material several days ahead of time, in small chunks, and in different manners (for example, write flashcards one day and take practice tests the next). In other words, don’t cram. Revise topics which take more time first like anatomy.

Stick flash cards on mirrors or refrigerator or any other places which you visit often in a daytime. You can even carry them in your bag while travelling.

Manage your study space

Find a place that will maximize your productivity. Look for places away from the television and other distractions.

Ask questions

You’re here to learn, so don’t be afraid to do just that! Asking for help – from your tutor or mentor or colleagues or friends- is a surefire way to make sure you truly understand the your task & doing.

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