Four Key Study Tips

Ryenne Ashworth, writer

As the school year begins, now is the time to get into new and improved study habits. Everyone wants to see that big “A” on the front of their test paper. To get that result, use these words of advice and adapt them to your own studying life.

  1. SET UP A ROUTINE 

Once you consecutively do something for a period of time your brain will register it as a habit. This will become your new normal and it will make the idea of studying easier.

  1. USE THE “TEACHER MINDSET”

When studying, imagine that you will have to teach the information that is being retained to another student. Put yourself in your teacher’s shoes!

  1. QUIZLET!

A very accessible, and simple to use, app that will help you greatly. You can make your own flash cards or use pre-made sets, either or will still do wonders.

  1. STUDYING ATMOSPHERE 

If you do your work in a room with a nice ambiance, it will calm your mind. Making it easier to process information and simply make you happier.

Studying isn’t always a students’ priority when they have other homework, work, sports, and more. Nevertheless, it should still be a part of your weekly schedule. Make time for it when you can, it will be beneficial to you in the end.