Preparing for the Florida Educational Leadership Exam goes beyond studying the content; it also involves practicing exam-like scenarios. Effective time management during practice sessions is essential for simulating the actual exam conditions. We are continuing our series of articles highlighting some practical and useful time management strategies to help you prepare for the Florida Educational Leadership Exam. Today, we will offer another tip for you to consider.
Utilize Time Management Tools and Techniques
There are numerous time management tools and techniques available that can assist you in your FELE test prep. Consider using digital tools, such as calendar apps, task managers, and online study planners to help you structure your study schedule and keep track of your progress.
Don’t be afraid to experiment with different tools and techniques to find what works best for you. Some individuals prefer traditional pen and paper planners, while others find digital tools more effective. The key is to use these tools consistently and integrate them into your study routine.
Dr. Lynette Fields, a 30+ year veteran of the Florida public school system and founder of FELE Prep, recommends that studying for the Florida Educational Leadership Exam should begin at least four to six weeks prior to taking all of the FELE subtests. FELE Prep offers the most comprehensive FELE test prep resources, including a FELE exam study guide for each subtest, FELE practice questions, FELE flashcards, and FELE writing tips to help candidates prepare for the FELE written response. FELE seminars and one-on-one FELE tutoring (via Skype) are also available. Explore our website or contact us to learn more about how we can help you prepare for success!