Go Digital: 12 Tips
On How To Study Effectively
Being properly organized can help a lot — no matter if you are a student, worker, entrepreneur or any other person. Study and organize effectiveness starts with the right attitude and approach.
Here we have collected several tips on how to improve the process of getting and finding out new information, digesting it and using it in the future — to make your work easier and life — better. Ready?

Get organized
Carry a planner with you all the time. As long as you note all the data to your planner — home tasks, plans, ideas, key info on your projects — you may be sure they will not be forgotten.
Pay attention
It is important to concentrate on giving a maximum amount of attention to what you are doing, wherever you are — cause if you get distracted during the study process, obviously the study process will not bring you any knowledge.
Try to turn off your cell phone and checkout out such systems as Pomodoro.
Make your notes

Writing clear and complete notes in class will help you process the information you are learning. These notes will also become study notes that can be reviewed before a test. Talk to friends or the teacher if you have missed a class to ensure your notes are complete.

Ask questions!

Do not be afraid to ask the questuions if something is not clear. Forget the thoughts that you will be looking foolish — as Mark Twain once said, it is better to look like a fool for 5 minutes, than to stay full for the rest of your life.
Make a study

When making a study schedule, look at your planner and think about what needs to be accomplished. Think about the types of questions that will be on the test and the topics that will be covered so you know what you should focus on. Set specific goals for each study session, like how many topics you will cover by the end of the session.

Knowing how to study effectively is a skill that will benefit you for life. Developing effective study skills requires lots of time and patience. If you follow these tips you'll be on your way to discovering which type of studying works best for you — so you can knock your next test out of the park!

And do not forget to check out digital planning —
with Inksot Notes and Calendar apps!

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