Studies always seem as a burden to many students. The basic reason for this is quite evident. They do not revise at regular intervals of time, which becomes a huge load when exams are nearing. And this way they end up cramming up the concepts at the last minute without even understanding properly.
The answers are thus vague and not to the point. So it’s quite obvious that scoring good marks wouldn’t be possible with such kind of preparation. Hence, it is very important to be in touch with subjects all through the year so that you can efficiently use the time for revising during exams.
There may be various methods of studying but the best way is to be regular. One must have the habit of following a study schedule even during the days when exams are not round the corner. These days the syllabus for various exams be it school exams, college semesters or professional exams, is available before time. So one should take the best advantage out of it. Split your time in such a way that you include every subject in your study schedule. You may either study one subject a day or a mix of 2 or 3 subjects so that it doesn’t seem boring and monotonous. If you are attending a regular school, college or professional classes, make sure you take out atleast two hours a day for revising what you’ve been taught at the class.
This ensures that you are in touch with the subject all through the year, and it goes well into your mind. So the next time you pick your subject, you would recall what you had done in the classes. You should take studies to be a regular routine rather than a tedious job.The way you see something definitely makes a difference. So being positive and doing the required hardwork will surely give you success. However, these are some Do’s and Dont’s which you should keep in mind. Let’s see what those are;
1. Make a proper time table which you would be able to follow.
2. Allot enough time to each subject so that you cover everything in the course.
3. Include time for leisure activities so that you don’t get tired and can refresh your mind.
4. Take small snack breaks, have nuts, fruits etc. in between so that you don’t lose energy.
5. Study in a good environment, away from noise and other disturbances. This increases your concentration level.
6. Sit in a proper posture. Your posture while you are studying is very important and it also helps in better concentration.
1. Not adhering to the study schedule.
2. Getting stuck in one question and wasting time on that.
3. Taking more time for leisure activities than required.
4. Studying in a clumsy atmosphere which affects your concentration.
5. Talking to friends on phone for long hours.
6. Watching TV and wasting your valuable time.
If you follow these simple steps, you will effortlessly be able to score good marks.