Study Habits. By: Lindsey Marshall. The Wrong Way to Study. Many bad habits have been adapted by students Wrong habits can lead to not learning the material to the fullest. Bad Habits. Studying with Friends Too much music Last minute cramming Eating Working in your bed.
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Study Habits By: Lindsey Marshall
The Wrong Way to Study • Many bad habits have been adapted by students • Wrong habits can lead to not learning the material to the fullest
Bad Habits Studying with Friends Too much music Last minute cramming Eating Working in your bed
Studying with Friends You may lose out on quality study time by socializing Instead of large groups find ONE study-buddy, or just say no
Too much music Noise and music can interfere with the brain’s ability to comprehend new information. If music is needed find a tone that is calming and doesn’t have lyrics.
Last Minute Cramming Terrible for long term knowledge retention Can cause undue stress Study sooner, and just some of the material each night so that the night before the test its more of a review.
Eating Eating too much food during studying can disrupt retention of material Takes up time Instead of a meal, keep snacks by study area
Working in your Bed Your bed can sooth you to sleep instead of studying Sit up right at a desk
Effective Studying The most common barrier to success encountered by college students is a lack of effective techniques for studying and exam preparation.
Tips for Effective Studying • Take good Notes • Be involved • Review each day • Keep up on reading • Highlight
References http://www.cod.edu/people/faculty/fancher/STUDY.HTM http://www.bookrags.com/articles/16.html http://www.studygs.net/aspire.htm