The 3 BEST Tips for Studying from Home – Self-Manage Your Time Better as a Student and Get More Done

The 3 BEST Tips for Studying from Home – Self-Manage Your Time Better and Get More Done as a Student

Studying from home can be a challenge for some students.

With the whole COVID-19 thing going on, it’s forced us into some uncomfortable and unheard of situations . . . well, not for me.

As an architecture student, for the past 4 years I’ve been doing most of my study from home. I’ve developed some small tips and tricks to help manage my time better to get more work done.

So, for those of you out there struggling with this, let’s find out how you can self-manage your time better as a student, and get more done at home, without the guidance of your teachers.

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How to Become an Architect. The Unconventional Way | SAS Podcast 11

On this episode of the Successful Architecture Student’s Podcast, I am honoured to have a chat with UX design professional Andrew MacDonald.

Andrew is on an unconventional journey to becoming an architect by creating a portfolio of his UX design work.

Two Universities have acknowledged his untraditional approach to study his masters and are in favour of this idea.

This will allow him to skip studying the 4-year bachelor degree.

On the show, you will listen to Andrew’s strategy to becoming an architect and it will allow you to open your mind to the various opportunities you have to achieving your goals and dreams.

Architecture Student/School Frequently Asked Questions Answered | SAS Podcast 9: Q&A 1

On today’s episode of the Podcast I host the first Q&A. You ask me questions, and I answer them.

Here are some of the questions I answer today:

What should I do in highschool to be able to become an architect?
What college/university should I enrol in to study Architecture?
How do I learn AutoCAD / any architectural program/software efficiently?
Is architecture a good profession to choose?
How can I get a job in Architecture with my bachelors degree?
Which architectural software currently has the topmost demand in big architectural firms?
Is it really that hard to study architecture?