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Ways To Improve Your Study Skills

By Edited Feb 14, 2014 1 1

This article will provide you with great tips that you can use to improve your study skills and thus improve your grades which will raise your GPA. These are tips that you can apply to your everyday life and add on to your current study habits. Read on to learn how you can improve your study habits:

Step 1: The easiest thing you can do to help yourself study is to sit in the front of the class. This will definitely help you study better when you are in your room and help the teacher learn your face. By sitting in front of the class, you will be able to take better notes and improve your retention of the material.

Step 2: It has been proven that you study your best when you have just finished up with your class. This is because the information is still fresh in your head. When you are done with your class, you should try to make an effort to study for 15 minutes immediately after your class is over. This tip will help you memorize the information faster and keep it fresh in your brain.

Step 3: If you already don't do so, then you should get into the habit of studying a little it of your materials for your class everyay. You don't have to study for hours on end, but at least try to devote 15-20 on your notes. Have a big chapter or lots of different subjects to study? Then just break it all up into small block sessions where you study a little it of material at time.

Step 4: It is wise to study when you are at your peak energy levels. If you are a night person then you may want to study at night. If you study best during the middle of the day, then you should try to get most of your studying done then. Also when you are studying, try to refrain from getting too comfortable when you are studying. You may accidentally doze off and go to sleep defeating the whole purpose.

Step 5: Sometimes you have to mentally will yourself to study. There are going to be times when you don't feel like studying or you know you have to study but you want to do something else. Sometimes you just have to suck it up and go forth with studying. You will thank yourself later when you pass your classes with good grades.

Step 6: The most important step is to find a quiet place to study at that is isolated. This should be a place that someone you know cannot disturb you at. If you need to listen to music, you should listen to something soft and soothing that will keep you focus but not make you lose distraction from studying.

These are a few quick tips that I picked up in college that helped me out. They work! Use them to your advantage when you are studying and you will thank yourself later. Good luck and study hard!

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Jul 23, 2010 2:39pm
HealthFitnessTips
Sitting in the front of the class helps a lot. You're forced to pay attention...no matter how boring the lecture!
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