Tips for Studying
1: Pick A Place And A Time
It’s important to find a study space and a regular study time that works for you and stick with it! Make a comfortable, distraction-free space. Find your best time, some people work well in the morning, while others find it easier later in the day.
2: Take Breaks
It’s important to take breaks while you’re studying. Working too long on a project can decrease your performance. When you take a break, make sure you get away from your desk. A bit of physical activity – even just a walk around the park – can sometimes help you to look at a problem in a different way.
3: Plan Your Time
It helps to have some plans in motion so you can make the most of your study time. Set alarms to keep you on track, use a wall planner highlighting important assignment dates, make to-do lists of things you need to have studied in a week, and set time limits.
4: Ask For Help
If you’re stuck on something, always ask for help. Talk to your teachers or lecturers about the things you don’t understand. Talk to your friends and fellow students too. Sometimes even talking about it can help you to look at a problem in a different way.
5: Protect Your Mealtimes
By making the time to have a proper dinner, lunch or supper you’re giving your brain the break it needs and giving your taste buds the chance to really enjoy the offering. If you eat while at the books you could be more likely to eat mindlessly, without ever really feeling full.
Kelkin Revive is here for you with a careful balance of B vitamins and minerals which contribute towards the reduction of tiredness, and pantothenic acid which will contribute towards your mental performance. Helping you be at your best when it comes to study and exam time!
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