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How to: Study for a Test

There are so many different ways to study for a test. Studying is a personal habit that gains success over time, but it is truly something that needs to be practiced. Everyone has different studying habits, but here are a few that may help you ace you next big test:

Set a specific place to study: One of the most important concepts of studying is finding a specific place to study every day. By setting a specific area or location, your Brian will know that that place is for studying, and studying alone, and it will adjust to “studying mode” when you go there. This will help create a routine, and you can decorate your studying station with colorful pens, notebooks, plants, and decorations.

Get rid of all distractions: Get rid of anything that could distract you! This is so important, as it will keep you focused and on task to make the most out of your studying time. Distractions include (but are not limited to) noise, electronics, and toys.

Make creative studying materials: This step may be the most fun and creative part of studying. You can customize your materials to match your personality or interests, which will make you actually want to study. By making your materials more personalized, you will be more likely to study and you will be happier with more colors.

Take as much time as you need: This step is all about YOU! Everyone needs a different amount of studying. Some people can ace a test with little to no studying, others may need more help and effort. This is all dependent on you. If you need more time, take it. If you want to ace your next test, make sure you study as much as you need.

These are just a few tips to help you while you’re studying, but I hope they helped you in some way, shape, or form.

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