Study Tips From Our Visitors

Below are some of the recent study tips that have been submitted by our visitors. To see more study tips, click on any year from the Study Tips Archive at the left. We encourage you to submit your own study tip. Click on SUBMIT A STUDY TIP below if you would like to do so.

Study in a well lite room, quiet and comfortable, with breaks taken frequently.

      Tobechi, Student,   -  Tennessee

I have 3. First, listen to music. It's proven to help you focus and be more productive. Secondly, give yourself some space. Don't let anything bother you. Don't leave on the TV, or constantly have to switch songs. Just pay attention to your notes. Lastly, take breaks! Studying for hours makes your more subject to daydreaming. A break can be anything from playing video games to going for a run. But don't make it too long.

      Noah, Student, 9th Grade  -  Missouri

Nothing comes free in life. You have to work hard ad study A LOT if you are looking for a great grade. Also, keep your locker organized so you can keep track of all of your stuff.

      Laney, Student, 6th grade  -  New Jersey

I find that when I study to make a rough copy one night of what I want to do this week, and write down how long you want to do it for. You can be productive and organised!

      Annika, Student, 10th grade   -  Australia - New South Wales

Don't be afraid to ask for help. It's a sign of courage and the wise thing to do when you don't understand something or if you feel like you're falling behind. It's not a sign of weakness, you'll thank yourself later in life when you learn this skill.

      Armani, Student, College  -  Minnesota

Study with a friend that will not get you distracted!

      Lily, Student, 9th grade  -  Missouri

do not procrastinate it will just get pushed back longer and longer so your best bet is to do it strait away

      Meghan, Student, 9  -  Missouri

Record yourself reading your chapter or notes out loud, then play the recording back to you while you are exercising, cleaning, etc.. I find it works better if I try speaking with the recording like if you were singing a good song or repeating a movie line.

      Jessi, Other,   -  Utah

Always drink water while studying and when you feel tired, exercise even if it's just jumping jacks or taking a walk and listening to music. Use your breaks to do your daily workout routine. It will increase your energy levels and help you concentrate.

      Zahraa, Student, 9th grade  -  South Africa

I listen to music 🎶 when I study 📖 😆

      Evan, Student, 3rd garde  -  Ireland

Get all your tools, equipment, snacks, etc. ready before hand so that you wont be distracted later during your study sesh xx

      Victory, Student, S4  -  United Kingdom

Make sure to have a clean, organized study space where your can study and do homework.

      Cora, Student, 6th grade  -  New Jersey

For visual learners take notes! Before I didn’t and my grades were bad now I do and they are much better.

      Lydia, Student, 7th  -  Indiana

When I study I like to write definitions and take my time. There is NO rush!!

      skylar, Student, 6th  -  North Carolina

Make time to study beforehand and use flashcards.

      Kamden, Student, 9th  -  Missouri

Take a lot of notes. Taking notes will help you remember what you've learned, and pay attention to what the teacher says during class.

      Jordan, Student, 8th Grade  -  Massachusetts

write down all tasks when you start to study and make a plan. try to clean your learning space and there only a table and a time tracker in my learning place.

      minrui, Student, graudated student  -  China

Ask a lot of questions. You'll have a better idea of what to do.

      Maxton, Student, (9th Grade)  -  Missouri

Re-read the chapter, make flashcards, be productive.

      Poopy Butt, Student, 100th grade  -  Arizona

Don't study all in one go for every 30 min take a 5 min break .

      aasiyah, Student, 8th  -  Maryland

I like to use and the Read and Write Program that read the scanned text out loud to me. Also sometimes I look up educational Youtube videos and when I watch them I also read the captions. Flash cards are also helpful.

      Ashley, Student, Junior in college   -  Massachusetts

Use music. Not music with lyrics in it, no, just music. Video game music is made specifically to help people concentrate on what they're doing. Also, writing things down is scientifically proven to help people remember things. Even if your handwriting isn't the best, it can help.

      Anonymous, Student, 9th Grade  -  Illinois

When you studying, you can write down all posible questions from the notes you reading.

      Moses, Student, Unza first year student   -  Zambia

Mentally prepare yourself beforehand so when you start you are not stressing over tedious, trivial things.

      michael, Student, 8th grade  -  Maryland

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