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College/Study Tips,  personal experience

How To Study For Finals

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So, it’s that time of the year again. Yup! It’s time for the finals. I know finals can be stressful and that is why today I am going to share how I study for finals.

First of all- If you are a high school/college student you are amazing, and no matter how whatever your result will be, be proud of yourself because you did give your 100%.

So, without further ado let us get to my tips and tricks to study for finals.

1. USE A PLANNER

Planners are a great way to get your work. done. I personally find planners very useful and if I set my agenda of the week in advance, I am more likely to do it. For example, This week I will Study 10 topics of Microeconomics, Solve at least 40 questions in Accountancy, Practice 2 essays in English, Solve past questions papers in Marketing, Read 3 topics in Psychology, etc. This will be my weekly agenda and so I’ll divide the work daily (equally or depending on my schedule).

2. USE CALENDAR

Just like planners, calendars are also a great way to be organised. Mark your exam dates so that you know exactly how much time you have for each subject. Give more time to difficult subjects in comparison to easy ones.

3. SOLVE PREVIOUS YEAR QUESTION PAPER

When you solve/practice previous year question papers, you are not only learning more but you are also developing a good speed and also getting an idea about the topics which you have less or no clue about. Also, there is a chance of getting a question or two from the previous year papers.

4. START STUDYING 2 MONTHS PRIOR

Studying a little bit every day is much better than learning a ton in a night. I am guilty. of doing this during my entire high school and luckily it worked for me. During high school, I barely studied. and then also I was getting good grades like A or A+ but college exams are not even 10% like high schools, you have to study a lot before exams because you have to write freaking 8-9 pages and that is not a joke. So, start studying before so you don’t have to stress.

5. WRIT, WRITE, WRITE

Taking notes on a laptop is easy and super fun but when you write again and again you are learning way faster and at the same time you are also understanding your topics. I know you might think that writing notes can be boring and slow because you can type way faster and cover more in less time. But try writing notes once and I am sure you’ll love it.

6. USE POMODORO METHOD

I personally love using this method because eventually, I am learning more than usual. So, what you basically do is, you study for 25 minutes then take a 5-10 minutes break and then again study for 25 minutes. In between breaks don’t try to use your phone or something else but else go out take a walk, play with your pet, make a coffee/tea, etc.

7. MAKE COFFEE OR TEA

Sipping tea/coffee while you study is a great way to study and not get bored. You are simply treating yourself for studying. You can even go to Starbucks to study or grab a drink and go to the library, etc.

8. FIND YOUR STUDY SPOT

Find your perfect spot to study where you can easily study for hours without getting tired. Find a place with perfect lighting, noise-free environment, and suitable for your needs. I personally love studying in the study area because it has the perfect amount of sunlight during the day, there is no noise or anything that can disturb me. So, it is important to find your ideal spot.

So, these were my tips and How I Study For Final. No matter how you study just remember to give your best. 

XOXO

 

 

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