Monday, August 7, 2023

Organised to study

 

Although studying is very important, it can be difficult to motivate yourself to do it. Making a study space that you enjoy working in is a great way to make studying less tedious. Scheduling a study plan is another great way to stay focused and keep on task with all of your assignments. By making and following a study plan, you can make sure that you don’t fall behind in any of your classes.




Organizing Your Class Materials


Keep a course binder. 

For each class you are studying for, it is best to keep a binder. All of your course notes, homework assignments, quizzes, and tests should go into the binder. You can sort them and keep them divided with tabs in the binder. Keep extra paper in the binder for taking notes during class.
Place the syllabus in the front of the binder with important deadlines highlighted.
Color code your subjects to easily keep track of everything.


Prioritize your studying. 

If you are studying for a test or exam, you are likely under a time limit. Look through the concepts you will need to know and prioritize based on what you know and how likely the concept will be on the test. If it’s something unlikely to show up and you already know it quite well, it is low priority.
Focus most of your time on the material that you struggle with. You can always review the things you know well on the last day before the test. 




Write a study checklist

When it comes time for finals, a study checklist is essential. Look through the study guide and prioritize what you need to study and put it on the list. If you struggle with a specific problem or concept while studying, add it to the checklist and take that with you when you visit your teacher or professor to ask questions.

As you go through concepts, check them off and move on to the next one.

Include important assignments and reading on your checklist as well.




Make flashcards

Flashcards are a great way to organize and study. Make flashcards throughout the year on important concepts that you come across. Flashcards are really nice because they are easily transportable and you can flip through them at any time.

If you’re waiting in a long line or commuting, take out your flashcards and review.


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