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Updated: Dec 6, 2020

Here is some study tips for how you can study smarter not harder, this are perfect for all subjects and I hope are helpful for you guys!

Set yourself S.M.A.R.T goals

  • Specific

  • Measurable

  • Achievable

  • Relevant

  • Time based

9 ultimate study tips:

Organise your time

Schedule time for work but also time to chill. If you need to study for lots of subjects and don't want to accidentally spend all your time on one pretend to have bells like its school. Set your alarm for an hour and then do one subject in that hour.

Keep focused

Keep distractions like social media for break times, a great way to not get tempted is to turn off notifications and put in another room.

Review and revise

Doing a little often, is better than last-minute cramming, so a great thing to do to be on top of all your work is to take some notes and revise after each lesson, so you're ahead.

No distractions

Find a good quiet place to work, if you can't find somewhere at your house to study you can always go to the local library, one of my favourite places to study is out on a park bench at sunset. Also make sure you put your phone in another room and on silent so your not tempted.

Tidy up

Keep your workspace organised, once finished one subject pack it up and get out your stuff for the next subject.

Avoid stress

Try to avoid stressful situations. Inhale and exhale, this is also a great thing to do right before you take a test; take 3 deep breaths.

Share ideas

Form a study group with friends and other students so you can motivate each other.

Ask for help

Find people who can support you (friends, teachers, family) when you need it. Ask a teacher or get start a group chat with your class, so you can all ask each other last minute questions.

Make a plan

Include important deadlines and study goals. But remember to be realistic about what you can do.

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world”

Good luck xx


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