Set Up Your Study Place
- January 9, 2017
- Posted by: admin
- Category: Study Tips
You want to make your study time as productive as possible so it is crucial that your study environment gives you every opportunity to concentrate.
You will need a place you can dedicate entirely to study. You will need a desk or table with room to work. Consider the lighting – as much natural light as possible is best during the day and a good, strong study lamp for night time. You will need easy access to your notes so they should be near you. The environment should be free of distractions – no phone, TV, radio, magazines, etc. You should be comfortable, but not too comfortable… tempting as it can be to study in bed it can prove counter-productive! Your study timetable can be pinned to the wall to help keep you focused. Other helpful things to pin up around your deskare your goals and dreams, motivational statements, theories, formulas, quotes etc.
Try to surround yourself solely with books/posters etc. that will motivate and inspire you. Minimise the noise levels in your study space, situate yourself as far away from other family members as possible and close the door if it helps