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Studying tips for students

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2013-05-17 08:37:14
School teaches a lot. Maybe not everything we need to know, but it gives us a lot. No doubt about that.

But schools tend to fail in teaching the one very important topic, the one that students need to learn before anything else - Developing an effective way to study.

We have gone through various articles and books on the topic and here are some great suggestions for you.

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With these studying tips, the performance of students in schools will surely be improved and they can now make their dreams come true by graduating with flying colors.


  • Find a quiet place. This is the first step to take before the magic of studying can start. Studying in a quiet place is needed to make students concentrate more in the subjects they are studying. The chosen place needs to be free of distractions and away from noisy people or anything that can interrupt the student's concentration.
  • Keep studying area simple. Make sure the studying room is clean and table is clutter-free. This keeps the student's concentration free from distraction. Amessy place distracts the attention.
  • Timetable. Making a simple schedule for studying is a better way to get organized in studying and it makes the daily task easier. With this tip students will know which subject should be prioritized first. Prioritize the hard subjects before studying the easier ones.
  • Stay motivated. Graduating with flying colors means a better quality life and higher salaries or earning in the future.
  • Eat and drink healthy. Eating healthy foods rich in vitamins and minerals can fuel the brain. The healthy food for studying includes nuts, sandwiches, fruits and fish. Always remember though to not overeat as this can make heavy demands to the digestive system. And drinking water is a healthier choice than drinking stimulants such as caffeine. Eat and drink as natural products as possible.
  • Take breaks. Taking breaks during studying can be a healthy practice for the brain. It revives and refreshes the overall mentality. This break includes walking, stretching, playing with pets and getting plenty of fresh air.
  • Study for 30 minutes straight. Research says that by studying this way improves memory and concentration.
  • Get plenty of rest and sleep. Getting power naps, rest and a good night's sleep are good for the brain. It makes thinking and performance on a top notched form.
  • Make outlines for each subject and review. Making outlines and writing all the important things down can make it easier to remember it all. It makes it easier to memorize.
  • Attend revision classes. Revision classes provide all the opportunities for students to ask questions about the things they did not fully understand during the class. This helps learning the subjects effectively and this way can provide some fresh air for students when it comes to learning.
  • Avoid cramming. Cramming for exams is a big no for intelligent students. It is better to study little by little every day than to stay wide awake studying the night before the exams.


By following these studying tips learning everything in school will be a breeze.





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