Students are so busy, especially these days with all the distractions(think smartphones, social media, text messaging, you tube, etc.)that less and less time is available for studying. I want to give you some ideas for creating/finding/making time where it seems there is none.
1. Get up a half hour early and study a bit before school, or quiz a friend on the bus on the way to school or have them quiz you.
2. Keep notecards with you wherever you go. Notice all the opportunities to spend a few minutes studying...like when you are waiting in line or when you are waiting for class to start.
3. Never close your books! Always keep them open. Here's one I picked up from a fellow classmate in college. I'd always see this classmate anywhere and everywhere on campus at almost any time. I was surprised he could even pass his classes because I never saw him study nor did I ever see him with any books until one day I discovered his secret. He was actually studying all the time. When I happened to see him he was just taking a short break but he always kept his books open at the law library all day long. He'd study for awhile then take a break, study a little more then take another break, and keep on doing this all day long.
In conclusion, be creative, be clever and figure out a way to include more time to study in your day.
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