Top 6 Tips to Study Effectively for Exam

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Concentrating on studies without prone to distractions can play vital role in attaining success. But on the flip side focusing on productive learning demands dedication, commitment and persistence to achieve the dream come true. It is not denying that every hour and minute matters a most while preparing for the exam.

Tracking all these aspects will sure crop up several question on how to concentrate or focus your attention while studying. Here Careerindia has few top 6 tips on how to study effectively.

1. Find the quiet and right place

Choosing a right place to study plays a major role in learning process. Studying in a distraction free environment can enhance your productivity and leaves a greater impact to memorise or recollect whatever you have learnt.

Before starting your study schedule check whether your study space is organised properly ( based on your requirements). Make sure the room you opt to study should have adequate lighting if possible, facilitated proper chair and desk will be an added benefit when you plan for a long hours of study.

  • Avoid sitting on the bed, reading in the dim light as you tend to fall asleep.
  • Do not study infront of television.
  • Stay away from mobile phone and pets as you fall prey easily to the alerts by them.
Top 6 Tips to Study Effectively for Exam

2. Prepare a time table and collect study materials

Chalk out a time table based on your study hour and set a goal to be achieved. Figure out your energy level and which part of the day you will feel comfortable and active to study. For eg: Some students prefer studying at night is more motivating as it is quite and free of distractions. While other set of students likes to study during day time.

Allot a time to a subject and follow it. For instance. Take up mathematics/Science subjects when you are fresh and energetic, will definitely yield better results.Whereas conclude your day with language subjects. Such subjects can be read leisurely and also refresh you from analytical and logical aspects unlike other subjects.

Gather all your study materials before you begin study schedule for the day. For eg: Be it required books, pencils, pens, water and snacks. Organising things will never let your studies get interrupted inorder to meet your requirements.

3. Stick to timetable

Focus suing and following the timetable is not as easy as you prepare it. Initially you may find some hiccups but being attentive will surely help you to pick up the concentration.

Of course, at times mind being adamant do not grant you the permission to focus on certain topic in such instances switch over to other subjects to break the monotony instead of imposing yourself. You can also take a break, think of the rewards and resume studies.

4. Make notes, charts and flashcards for effective learning

Recollecting and reviewing whatever you have learnt proves your learning efficiency. Making notes, flashcards, drawings tables and charts will definitely help you to recollect topic easily. Make your learning skills adaptive to have a better comprehension of the subject.

5. Say 'NO' to irrelevant activities

Study time is more challenging since it seeks much of your concentration and attention to meet the planned scheduled. It is common that you will be distracted with some invites, stress and untimely visits. In such cases it is utmost essential for you to keep yourself on the track by saying no unless it requires your attention.

6. Avoid last minute learning

Do not set aside topic to study at the last minute as it hinders your preparation by creating unnecessary pressure.

Also Read: Maharashtra Board Exam: 8 tips to overcome exam stress

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