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10/31/2016

Useful Study Tips

If one of your goals is to develop better study habits, these tips can help you be on your way.

Avoid Cramming

Procrastination and cramming go hand in hand, and unfortunately for most students, both can turn into hard to break habits. While most students will argue that cramming works, it really doesn't. Not only do you not have the time to learn your study material, you also add extra stress to your study environment. To avoid getting stuck cramming the night before an exam, simply make time to study and review daily.

Plan Your Study Time

Studying should be part of your daily routine. Even if you don't have a test coming up soon, studying daily will help ensure you're better prepared for when a test is coming up. Including time to study in your daily routine also makes it easier to get it done. Finding time to study before a test can interfere with your routine and you may end up just putting it off. Instead, decide what time you're able to study daily and make it part of your schedule.

Ask for Help

Many students go into exams unprepared because they were too afraid to ask for help. If there is something you didn't understand in class, the best thing you can do is ask questions right then. However, if while studying you realize you don't really understand some of the material, ask for help. You can ask your teacher for clarification after class, ask a friend to explain things to you, or even attend after school tutoring.

Tutoring in Greer SC

If your child has great academic skills but can't seem to perform well on exams, The Tutoring Center, Greer SC can help. Their academic program focused on study skills can help them remove the stress around test taking, helping them reach the grades they deserve. To learn more about this and other academic programs at The Tutoring Center, Greer SC, give them a call at (864)655-4664.

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