Study Tips to Stay on Task
- Try to avoid talking to others as much as possible to help you concentrate.
- Imagine whatever you are learning, so that the picture in your mind reminds you of the topic.
- Visualize what you're studying, or try connecting it to real aspects of your own life. It can help you remember details later on.
- Read your study material aloud, sometimes hearing something out loud help clarify confusing components.
- Take a break of up to twenty minutes every two hours of studying so that you can have some time to relax so that you'll be more concentrated. Get something to eat, drink some water, or step outside for a minute.
- Involving as many senses as possible allows for more ways to remember information.
- Keep in mind that your brain takes time to transition between subjects. For example, if you study sciences for hour then immediately skip to English, the first 0 minutes will be your mind adjusting to the new subject. Do some easier practice work while transitioning, perhaps.