Sunday, January 17, 2010

meh share2

12.30am


There is something that I would like to share with you guys~
Tips for improving your study habits!
Check it out!

WHERE YOUR FUTURE BEGINS
It was Mahatma Gandhi who said "The future depends on what we do in the present".


7 EFFECTIVE HABITS
1. Create an environment with good lighting and ventilation.

2. Control the noise level around you.

3. Schedule rest periods.

4. Change your study topics every 1-2 hours.

5. Set realistic study goals for every session.

6. Plan your study session by the amount of material you need to cover, not by the clock.

7. Stick to a routine that matches your schedule. So if you're a night owl, study in the evenings. If you're an early bird, start studying in the morning.


WHEN TO STUDY
It is most productive to study in the day and early evening where you will remember things better.
It is best to study when there are fewest competing activities in progress and when adequate rest periods are provided.
You should stop studying when fatigue or lack of attention occurs. It's good to take a short break and then continue.


HOW TO CONCENTRATE ON YOUR STUDIES
- Keep a pad of paper handy to jot down extraneous thoughts that cross your mind while studying, get them out of your mind, and on to paper.
- Before you start studying take a minutes to summarize a few objectives. Gather your thoughts and set study goals before you begin each period of study.
- Stick to a routine. Efficient study schedules should accommodate your day/nighttime energy levels.
- Design adequate rewards after specified goals are attained.
- Change the subject you study every one to two hours for variety. Vary your study activities between reading and more active learning exercises.
- Make the most of rest periods to do your favorite activities.
- Don't try to mix study and play.
- Start with short study periods and slowly build to longer periods only as fast as you maintain concentration and study hard subjects at peak energy times and easier ones later.
- If necessary, make a calendar of events to clear your mind of distractions.
- Plan the length of your study period by the amount of material you have decided to cover, not by the clock


Loves,dila♥

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