How To Enjoy Your Study

Posted: March 28, 2013 in TIPS

Enjoy Your Study

Many people get bored while studying. As soon as we open a book all other things seem interesting. This article tells you how to love your books, how to appreciate what they teach you and consequently how to improve your grades. To tell you the truth, there is no secret to love your books and to actually enjoy your study. All you have to do is try to appreciate the subject you are studying, realize how it enhances your knowledge and learn to respect it yourself. An important thing you should remember is that you should not look at it as work. Think of studies as a path to your future. Everyone dreams of acquiring something when they grow up. You may want to be a doctor, an engineer, a teacher or even a lawyer. So then think of studies as a path or a route to your future success. If you do not enjoy studying you will not enjoy anything. Many people loath studies, school, college etc but as they grow older and mature they realize how important that part of their life was and how they practically wasted it by not enjoying it. Life is too short to be anything but happy. You should enjoy everything, not only is that the secret to enjoying studies, but also the secret to life.

STEPS:

  1. Studying can be less stressful once you set your desk/area up comfortably, remember you are not alone (you have friends, class mates, and teachers/lecturers who would all be willing to help you), and practice good study habits.
  2. Your teacher/lecturer is there to help you! Ask questions. Don’t worry about whether they sound dumb or if they’ve already been answered, ask anyway.

  3. Your study area should be a quiet area away from distractions and people (unless in a study group). Include: water & snacks, spare pens & paper, large working/writing space, class notes, wall calendar with due dates, whiteboard/important information (teacher/lecturer emails), and list of ‘To do’ by specific dates.

  4. Do not treat studies as work. Treat it as something you want to do, not what you have to do. This is for your benefit, not anybody else.

  5. Be positive. Whenever you open your book to study, think about how it will help you and will enhance your knowledge. No matter what the reasons your parents, teachers, or anybody else gives you, this whole experience is specifically to further your life and to improve it.

  6. Do not become afraid. Some people may be frightened at the sight of books. One way to make them seem less scary is to start with websites, general background information, asking other people about the topic, and writing down your own opinions before you begin tackling those mountains of books.

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