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02/07/2022



Take Your Routine Into Account

One way to find the best time to study is to consider your routine. Often, we try to carve out time in our routines to study the things that we need to learn, but doing this can make you feel tired and overwhelmed. Instead, find some downtime in your routine without having to sacrifice other good habits you’ve created and activities you do regularly.

Is Your Body Ready to Learn?

Studying while you’re sleepy or hungry is probably not the best time to do so. Not only you won’t be able to concentrate, but you might not be at your best. It’s essential to consider your body and make sure you’re rested and well-nourished before getting started. Pro tip: Our brains need carbohydrates to work best, so make sure you have good snacks around while studying; just beware of sugar crashes!

Ensure You Have the Right Conditions

Lastly, the right conditions around you are also crucial for an effective study session. This can vary from person to person; for example, some people can concentrate better in quiet environments like the library, while others do better in study groups where they can bounce ideas off each other. Some people might study better at night, while others thrive getting up early to study. Pay attention to these things to determine when and where you’ll study better.

Finding the best time to study can be different for everyone, but tutoring can help you find your learning style. If you’re interested in tutoring, call The Tutoring Center, Roseville, CA, at (916) 771-4100 for information on their academic programs, and don’t forget to ask for a free diagnostic test!

 

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