Finally, summer has come! That means hanging out on the beach with best friends, sleeping in, watching movies and favorite TV shows and… summer reading, of course. A lot of students will put off and then cram all of their college summer reading into the very last week of vacations. However, if you make a decision to do a really little reading every day in summer, you will definitely complete your reading list for summer absolutely stress-free and still have enough time to have fun and enjoy vacations.
- Find out how many pages every book has from the list you need to complete. It is really easier if you buy the book from the summer list, but in the beginning, all you have to know is the number of pages each book has. In case you’re in need to estimate, you have to overshoot always.
- Add up together the total pages amount of every book. For instance, if one book from the list has 300 pages, one has 150 pages and the last book involves 400 pages, the total pages number from every to-read-in-summer book would be 850 pages.
- Try to find out how may days you need to spend on reading. The easiest way to cope with the reading list for summer is to read several pages every day. One thing to remember – count the days you 100% know you’ll have an opportunity to read on. Keep in mind, the more days you decide to devote for the reading process, the less you’ll need to read every single day.
- Divide the total amount of book pages from all the reading list books by the number of days you need to read. The quotient is the page number you’re required to read every day, your book pages per day. In case you get decimal answer, make certain to round it up.
- Stick to the reading schedule! Read when you have planned to and you will definitely end up your reading list for summer in time.
Finally, remember that your summer list of books doesn’t have to cost a lot of money. In order to be provided with FREE books, visit a local library to get some books or try to set up a deal of book-exchanging with one of your pals. Moreover, you have an opportunity to avail of used books that are available at a bargain price at secondhand bookshops and, perhaps, at some antique stores, as well as online.