Karina Rojas, University of Texas at San Antonio
Finals season can be very difficult for students; here are some new studying techniques you can adopt!
Employ a few of these strategies to get the most out of your schoolwork.
Everyone attending school has to do it. Here are some ways to make it more effective.
Tiffany Singh, University of Central Florida
Our minds are notorious for being fleeting and unreliable, but there are tricks you can use to improve your recall ability.
Here is some basic stuff for those who are studying in the Great White North — and anywhere else, really.
Where you actually hit the books can be a big factor behind how well your studying goes.
There are days when you just don’t feel like dealing with academic work. Check some simple recommendations on how to get motivated to deal with college coursework.
How can a student find motivation? Here are six simple yet effective tips for those who have lost interest in college or university studies.
Emma Watts, University of Arizona
YouTube’s online studying community can be a great source of motivation, but it can also hinder your productivity.
Benjamin Chen, Columbia University
Struggling with procrastination and feeling overworked? This free class through Coursera will make researching much easier so you can excel in college.
Getting organized is a great way to get a leg up in school.
There’s plenty of distractions, but if you focus, you should be able to get the most out of your study sessions.
Kayla Johnson, Bradley University
Just because you’re taking these tests at home doesn’t mean you get a free pass — treat them as if you’re taking them in a classroom.
Do you always feel like you’re falling behind with your schoolwork? Here’s how to escape the stress of always playing catch-up.
Ashley Peterson, Geneva College
What if instead of distracting you from studying, a YouTube channel could actually help you?
All work and no play can make you kind of a dull person.
Yes, there is such a thing as studying too much.
Shannon Margineanu, St. Petersburg College
That 4.0 is within your grasp.
Reading this article doesn’t count as procrastination, by the way.
Myah Clinton, University of Alabama at Birmingham
Who knew watching someone else study could be more than a distraction from your own work?
Almost 95 percent of first-time test-takers fail the exam, so studying is pretty much non-negotiable.
Ana Greening, Texas State University
Here are some music selections that motivate and inspire.
Shashank Rao, University of Michigan
Looking to hunker down and focus on studying for finals? These five soundtracks will get you through the grind.
Valerie Carrington, Penn State
College coursework can be arduous, but indulging in the perfect glass of wine for each assignment can make it fun.
Megan Batt, SUNY Cortland
Although most students use the library, there’s plenty of other places where you can study.
Kathleen Danielson, Carleton College
The last week of the semester doesn’t have to be the most stressful one.
Dakota Buhler, George Fox University
These uncommon locations could change the way you spend your study time.
Uwana Ikaiddi, University of Central Florida
One of the most common mistakes students make is thinking that there is only way to study for every kind of class.
Phillip Bugajski, Loyola University Chicago
This list is twice as critical if you’re reading it at 2 a.m. in a deserted library.
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