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How To Study Better: 5 tips that will make your study sessions more productive

It’s the start of the second semester and I guess that some of you would say that studying is HARD WORK but for other people they actually do love it. So here are some tips to help you out for the coming semester.

  1. Write notes or summarize books by writing.                                                                                 The more senses you use in studying, the more information you can retain. In this case, you use your sense of touch and sight which would allow your mind to retain information better.
  2. Find your study time.                                                                                                                              Each individual has his own favorite place and time for productive study. Some study better in quiet environments, some watch TV, others don’t mind. Find what works for you.
  3. Use Parkinson’s Law                                                                                                                               Parkinson’s law states that whatever time we are given to complete a given task (whether it be 1 day or 50 days), our tasks and accomplishments will take enough time to fill the alloted due date time. Give yourself a day for every subject to study.
  4. Get some sleep.
  5. Take breaks, study in bursts.

Have a productive semester:)

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