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✏️ study tips πŸ–Š

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  • ✨1) turn your phone off or put it on to airplane mode, there's nothing more distracting than notifications.

    ✨2) find a good study playlist (only if music helps) personally i find instrumental piano music is great for helping.

    ✨3) give yourself a study checklist/timetable. knowing the topics you're a little stuck on or having them properly structured can help as you're not wasting time revising the stuff you're 100% on.

  • ✨4) have a purpose to study, if you're doing it for something then it seems a lot more worthwhile. while i was studying for exams i reminded myself that my results
    would get me into my college of choice.

    ✨5) drink a nice warm drink while doing your studying. drinking a cup of tea or mug of hot cocoa can really chill you out, making the studying process a lot less stressful.

    ✨6) try different ways of studying, whether it's notecards or posters or mind maps switching up your revision style can help a lot.

  • ✨7) get colourful, i have a huge collection of coloured pens, fine liners and highlighters that help me spruce up my work. also, colour coding can help you remember important parts of information.

    ✨8) split it into subsections, personally this helps me a lot. i try to break down a section as much as possible so if you're studying psychopathology is psychology you could split a disorder into its explanations and treatments. this will make information less chunked up and easier to remember.

  • ✨9) give yourself mini rewards such as a chocolate bar or even a new lipstick just to keep you motivated to study more because you gain good results from it.

    ✨10) last but not least, give yourself breaks. a three hour study session will just overload you. the duration and space between is personalised but it's recommended to do 30 minutes followed by 15 minutes break. if you have no breaks you'll become overly stressed and you may forget vital information.

  • ☁️ i hope these tips helped you! i'm happy to answer any questions. if this tip did help please please please like it. thank you so much for reading and have a lovely day ☁️

  • just a few tips and tricks i picked up while studying for my gcses, they're also the tips i'm using for my alevel exams. i hope this can help with whatever you're studying for πŸ’˜


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