October 30, 2017
Studying for anything, whether it's a weekly quiz or a final exam, can seem overwhelming. Learning how to study in college by getting organized and knowing when to give yourself a break can make your study sessions less stressful and more productive.
To avoid last minute cramming, keep up with your notes from the very beginning.
Once you decide on a place where you can study uninterrupted, take the time to create a space that increases your productivity.
Even with great study habits, studying for a final exam can be stressful. There are a few things you can do in addition to your weekly reviews to feel more confident before your exam.
Make Studying Work For You
Studying for finals includes more than just organization and learning how to remember things. Taking care of yourself mentally and physically can only help you to succeed.
Try using these methods to help you study in college and you'll be breathing a little easier when it's time to put your knowledge to the test.
Ashley Wallis is an Army veteran and writer with a bachelor's in English language and literature from SNHU. She is currently living in the Denver area. Find her on Twitter @AshDWallis.
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