Water and stretching! 10 minutes loosening up literally creates space in your body to take in more information. Water keeps your head glued on too. Remember to keep up a good exercise routine for all of those endorphins to power you on.

Extra tip - set timers to work 20 minutes on, 10 minutes off. Changes the game!

Extra, extra tip (don’t tell anyone!) - read a small handful of your notes just b... more

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Before I went off to university, my dad gave me a tip. "Treat it like a job. Hit the books Monday through Friday 9-5. Work in the library, not your room or apartment. Don't miss a class. Work ahead during those 40 hours." I followed his advice to the letter. I never had to pull an all-nighter. I didn't have to cram for exams. I never got very stressed, despite attending a competitive university an... more

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Personally my best study habit was that

whenever I sat down to try work I used my phone as a timer, and would set the timer for 40 minutes. This way I can’t go on my phone and after the 40 minutes I would take about a 10 minute break then would restart again. It’s really important you get breaks in and when you sit down to study you actually study and not wonder off into procrastination.

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