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8 Effective Study Tips While Studying at Home During Quarantine

Studying at home will give you so many benefits: a low-pressure environment, it’s comfortable and flexible. However, for some reason, it can be difficult to study at home because of internal and external distractions.  You may also be prone to procrastinate so it is necessary to get up and change your ways for the better.

And true enough, procrastination and distraction can pull you back from accomplishing what you need to get done at a certain period. Watching Netflix, taking a lazy nap,  social media galore, or other unnecessary activities will kill most of your time and may prevent you from your goal of studying for or completing your homework.

Fret not, here are 8 ways to help you to stay focused and get more done when studying at home.

 

1. Meditate

Before studying, you have to make sure that your well-being is intact.  Through meditation, your study session direction will lead you towards your goal and it also helps keep you on track and reflect on how to improve your study habits.

Questions to ask yourself before you study:

  • What do I already know about this subject?
  • What am I about to learn?
  • How does this information will benefit me?
  • Do I understand what I have just read or should I read it again?
  • Are there any keywords or ideas that I need to jot down? What can I gain from this study session?
  • What do I need to review or learn next time when I study?

 

2. Get A Good Slumber

To complete your sanity, you need at least eight hours of sleep every night. Having a good night’s sleep is one way to ensure that the brain is refreshed, relaxed, and ready to digest all the information. It may be tempting to stay up late to cram, but it’s more beneficial to get enough rest.

A full night’s sleep is especially important the night before a test—a good night’s sleep makes you more alert and improves memory for test material, leading to better test results.

3. Study At The Right Time

Every student has their strategy and study time. Some people are nocturnals while some people prefer daylight. Study during the time of the day you feel most productive and alert, and don’t even try to.

 

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4. Have A Designated Study Area

You have to make sure that you have your own study space wherein you can comfortably study your lessons and do your online classes. It is also important to have a tidy and organized study space to make you eager to accomplish your tasks.

 

5. Eat Properly and Don’t Skip Meal

Don’t study with an empty stomach. It is difficult to focus on studying when you are hungry. You can also have a healthy snack while you’re studying but don’t put too much attention to what you eat than studying.

 

6. Finish Your Chores Ahead of Time

To avoid interruption, or being distracted by unfinished business, finish your daily chores before starting your study sessions. In this manner, you can focus on your lessons and online class without thinking of other things. Plus, you can look forward to relaxing when your study time is done rather than cutting your time to finish something.

 

7. Create A Timetable

Timetable will greatly help you to organize your time, class schedules your break. Timetable will be more useful when you have a lot of subjects to hustle. Write your schedule down and take notes so you can remember it and accomplish it in a specific given time. You should also limit yourself to studying and how many hours you spend studying each day.

 

8. Set Time Limit

We don’t have too much time to attend to everything that is why a timer must be utilized. This will help you to keep track of time and to make sure you are consistently following the timetable. Setting a timer to yourself will help you keep focused on the task and be committed to the task until the timer goes off.

 

 

Read more Education related stories in The Weekly Trends magazine.

Jade Casas is proactive human rights activist and advocate. He was a campus journalist and an active student leader during his college years. He usually writes about entertainment, news, lifestyle and education.

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