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How-To: Take Advantage of Your Study Time


There is nothing worse than hours of studying and still failing your test. A Blissful Belle can’t afford for that to happen and needs the right tips to make sure the all-nighter study sessions are a success.

Schedules are your best friend. Normally a night of studying involves assignments for multiple courses. To avoid getting wrapped up all night in one assignment, create a schedule. Divide up all your work into time slots throughout the night that way you are forced to complete everything.

A little of this, a little of that. Especially when studying for an exam, after a few hours the material can begin to go in one ear and out the other. There are only so many statistics problems you can do before things get tedious. Dedicate a few hours to studying and then do other homework for a little before returning to studying. This will keep you fresh and focused on the material for the exam.

Nap time, please. If you are tired, your efforts studying can become pointless. An alert mind is crucial. If you are that exhausted after hours in the library dedicate some of your lovely study time to a nap. Even though it’ll feel like you are losing time, your body will feel better after and you’ll be able to focus even more.

Stop getting frustrated with a bad grade after hours of reviewing. These tips will make sure that those two days of studying are noticeable the day of the exam. A Blissful Belle deserves to see her hard work pay off.

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About Carolina Herrera

BA in Interpersonal Communication Masters of Science in Journalism Candidate Medill Northwestern University

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This entry was posted on October 2, 2011 by in How-to, Savvy Belle and tagged , , , , , .
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