The education process is primarily associated with studies. How much ever effective the teaching methodology be, until you soak yourself into your books there cannot be the effective learning that should be there. If you have good study habits then there can be a lot of difference.
Getting into the frame of mind: Remember it is always the case of mind over matter. It is imperative that you take care of all your distractions before you actually sit to do our study. If you sit with the right frame of mind and a prepared state on awareness then you would see that the output you get from your efforts would not only be more but also faster.
Know your favourite spot: It is a wasteful effort if things and people around you can distract you from you focus onto your studies. You must know the spot where when you are studying you will not be bothered. It should be quiet. It really is not necessary that it has to be a place in your home. It could be a corner in the library, a coffee shop or maybe even a bench in the park. Be in a place where you do not know many people, that ways your scope of distractions would also be minimized.
Structure out your notes: good and focussed students always believe in making notes and if you make those notes hastily without a structure or appropriate format they wouldn’t do any good to you over the time and may just become a futile effort. Make you notes in such a way that just a quick glance on the notes can help you to recollect all that you had studied earlier.
Have a schedule that you follow: being into a mode of studying for a long time can be not a preferred choice for many but you must surely know that being into a regular schedule of studies is always a better option than leaving everything for the last minute. You must take out time each day in a particular schedule so that you never feel overburdened and pressurised at one point of time. Though weekends are the time to relax and unwind, they are also the perfect time to go over your weeks learning and review all that you have done through the week. Always remember, it is better to be a regular student and have a steady approach rather than a ‘last minute panic’ methodology. As of course the age old phrase says, slow and steady wins the race so don’t you forget!
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