Power Studying Tips for College Students

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Power Studying Tips for College Students The following tips have proven to be extremely powerful guides for organizing, thinking, studying, and learning in college. They represent the best advice of successful college students. The can also work for high school students. Study Space Tip: Your study space should be as quiet and comfortable as possible. Avoid studying in noisy places such as cafeterias, recreation rooms, or lounges. Tip: When studying, keep a waste basket handy. Tip: Have a consistent place for everything, and above all, keep it there! Tip: Have everything needed for study handy beforehand. Don't waste valuable time looking for books, notes, of other information. After you have assembled the items you need, put them where you can reach them easily. Study Habits Tip: Begin study no less than 30-90 minutes after a meal. Tip: Never study within 30 minutes of going to sleep. Tip: Prioritize! Make a list of what you intend to study, prioritize the list, and stick to it!
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This note was uploaded on 01/28/2010 for the course CMSY 103 taught by Professor N/a during the Fall '06 term at Howard County Community College.

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