40 Study Tips, Tricks & Hacks // Part. 1 REMAKE


Hello everyone! Today’s video is very special because it
is a remake of one of my oldest videos on YouTube and thousands of your guys voted for
me to redo it from scratch. Since I still swear by these tips, most of
the voiceover will be recorded in the same way but the approach I give to these will
be a bit different. 1. Incorporate homework and classes in you daily
planner – that will give you an overall glimpse of how your week will be about and
how much time you need to spend in your studying sessions! 2. Color coordinate classes – be it notes,
your planner, your textbooks or binders, pick a unique color for each class and work around
the hues of that color to get more organized! 3. Make your own syllabus – if your professor
doesn’t provide a syllabus for your class, try to make one before the school year working
around your given textbooks or other given material. 4. Make study guides – make a study guide from
your syllabus and draw before each topic two boxes: one for a midtest and one for the final
test. When you have one of these tests, check the
boxes when you’ve finished studying the chapter so you won’t miss anything! 5. Reference your material throughout – most
of the times, we students work with in-class notes, textbooks and a syllabus. Since we get small bits of information here
and there it’s important to reference every page throughout all your material so you can
quickly access your information without having to flip endlessly through pages! 6. Keep a dashboard nearby – Whenever you use
a notebook or a binder, make a dashboard on the first page with post it notes so you can
quickly scribble any questions, homework or page numbers. When you get home, you just need to open your
dashboard and attend those notes. 7. Print any tests, exercises and exams you can
find – keep those in the end of your binder. These are perfect to practice before exams
and tests because they really reflect what you will be tested about. Set an alarm clock for the deadline and start
working on those! 8. Condense – organization disappears when
you have too many of everything. Working with more than one planner in your
life will make everything chaotic. If you think you need a second planner because
you don’t have enough space to write in the first one, it’s because you don’t
have available time as well. Don’t fool yourself and set achievable goals! 9. Customize your textbooks – most of the times,
textbooks are formal books where information is hard to come by. Make your own tabs and write every chapter
on them so they stick out – flag any charts, tables or graphics. Everything needs to be incredibly accessible! 10 Print a special planning sheet before finals:
Organizing your studying by chapters and/or topics before finals is tremendously important
since it lets you organize the amount of time you dedicate to each subject,
Study Sessions and Time Management 11. Save at least one afternoon or one morning
a week for intensive studying. These is your “life-saver” – when you
get so full of homework and projects that you can’t incorporate them into your daily
academic routine, one free afternoon to organize your school life will really come in handy! Make an appointment with yourself! 12. Prepare in advance – although most professors
may not ask you to prepare a class in advance, if you have the means to, go ahead. Grab a sheet and make a summary of the chapter
your class will be about. Write the major topics and key information
and take that guide to class. When your professor repeats previously studied
information, you will be able to understand everything much better! 13. Never leave something behind – Even if you
have a more light class, where professors don’t request homework or any side projects,
don’t let that fool you! Be disciplined and be your own professors! Make your own projects and learn everything
you can so you can nail those finals when they arrive. 14. Write your questions – most of the time,
in a heavy study session, we come up with tons of questions and sometimes we just leave
them behind. Write them down in your dashboard or a small
notebook and ask your professors (personally or via e-mail). You can also ask your schoolmates in a facebook
group created for that purpose! 15. Set an alarm clock and reward yourself – even
if you study during an entire afternoon your studying will be pointless if you don’t
take regular breaks. Set an alarm clock for one hour/one hour and
a half and then take a 15 minute break. Never study for more than 2 hours straight! Even if you don’t notice, you’ll get less
and less focused. 16. . Make a list – before each study session
I like to grab my notepad and write down everything that I need to do before my session ends:
the chapters I need to read, the pages I need to go through and the homework I need to complete. Sometimes I even write theses lists when I’m
in college so I’ll have more determination to complete those tasks once I get home. 17 Work on the least interesting thing first. There are always classes or projects that
we like the least – and those are the ones that we need to tackle first. You will start your studying session concentrated,
which will let you go through the worst tasks faster. 18 Print, print, print. try to print everything you can and never
study from your computer. Having your PDF files printed at hand will
let you concentrate better, highlight and write some notes
in the margins. You can take these everywhere with you and
even turn them into small guides for future classes! 19. If you finish ahead, don’t quit. Perhaps the time you’ve saved for your study
session has come to an end way before you have planned. That doesn’t mean you should stop right
now – Take that time to review what you’ve learned so far or prepare other classes ahead
of time! 20. Study in an organized space – make your
own studying corner – bring everything you will need, from textbooks, binders and notebooks,
to a cup of coffee and your computer. Keep them neatily organized on your desk so
everything is at hand and on sight. Put on some soft background music (links down
below) and adjust the lightning.

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100 thoughts on “40 Study Tips, Tricks & Hacks // Part. 1 REMAKE”

  1. Ana María Martín says:

    What app are you using when you jot down ideas on your iPad?

  2. oreos are vegan says:

    Love your videos!! Also, can you make more ipad videos?

  3. Janice barry says:

    I really need some help as a student and athlete I swim most days before and after school so I usually only end up with 2.5 hours free each day how do I use this time wisely while also having some down time

  4. Loading Finished says:

    What kinda notebooks is she using? Bc they look FAB! 😹

  5. Hilda Majidah says:

    Indonesian subtitle please 🙁

  6. Mary says:

    Thank you so much for sharing 💓💓

  7. Kareem AboRayyan says:

    One of your oldest and your best videos. Actually it was the video that made me subscribe to your channel. Your advices helped me a lot while studying for my diploma. Thank you.

  8. Eugene Pok says:

    Do you print note you wrote on ipad too?

  9. Scorpio Studies says:

    thank you so much for remaking this!

  10. fuyee hui says:

    Useful as usual love how organized you are!!!!don't be too tired,thank you

  11. Yeji Julia says:

    I love your videos!!! So soothing and aesthetically pleasing!!!

  12. Mark Smith says:

    Hey Mariana! Great video as always!
    Can you please tell me what this notebook is at 5:08 ? Thanks

  13. Aryan Raj says:

    because of u I got 92% in my board class 10 exams thank you so much.

  14. Tabitha Martin says:

    Any tips on how you make your study guides and syllabi?

  15. nozomi himitsu says:

    Hello, Mariana! Can you make a video about tips and trick to make scientific journal. I need to make one in order to graduate as magister student. I'm overwhelmed. Thanks before

  16. Kate V says:

    Can you please do a video on going paperless?

  17. Eline Kerkhof says:

    Though I LOVE this video, I must have to inform you about the fact that your title says that you have 40 tips, but you mention 20 in your video (I don't mean to be rude by saying this, because it actually didn't bother me at all). I love your account and videos, and you inspire me to work harder x

  18. Marie Curie says:

    Hey, 4:44 “hour”? Thanks for the video btw

  19. debs Mercier says:

    Nice thanks

  20. Ca Rol says:

    Do you just live your digital notes in the cloud?
    Have you ever used evernote? Its really useful!
    Your vídeos make me so calm 😊

  21. ana says:

    What type of iPad do you have?

  22. Alexis W. says:

    what kind of phone do you have?

  23. Lesliesophie says:

    Lovely video! small tip to improve your English: hour is pronounced like our, the h is silent. Keep up the great work 💕

  24. Priya VK says:

    thank u mariana started taking notes of ur useful tips so I'll never forgot ur valuable tips…waiting for ur other 20tips part -2 video..really for past 6months u changed my life in better way am really thankful to u mariana 🙂

  25. John Rizzo says:

    You are a true inspiration.

  26. Aspen Grey says:

    Always organized, love your system!!!

  27. Aryan Raj says:

    thank you

  28. Erlin Marissa Zain says:

    Hi Mariana,, please make a "Room Tour".. I'd like to see how you organized your room.. Thank you :)..

  29. Frederica Canto says:

    where are you from? It's just you don't seem american/english. És portuguesa, certo??

  30. Mudassar Rashid says:

    Great video. Are you a KCL student?

  31. in.the.spring. says:

    What app do you use for studying with your Apple Pencil? I just ordered my Apple Pencil. Or could you do a video with what you can do with your Apple Pencil.

  32. Abigail Allen says:

    I love the idea of a dashboard with post it notes in my journal, sometimes i want to just scribble something down but not have it in my spreads so this is the perfect solution thank you!

  33. Arley Antes says:

    Love from Brazil. Almost finished college, still like your videos 🙂

  34. zackeemzy says:

    The voice over gave me deja vu. I've been following you since you're very first video and you've definitely changed a lot, in terms of how you make your videos of course. I really like your newer videos as I find them more aesthetically pleasing and a bit relax. Your old ones, especially the first few, were a bit upbeat. Despite that, no matter how you make your contents, I'll always be ready for the notification. Keep up the great work, Mariana!

  35. Anshu Aspirant says:

    Great video! Guys read this post…. the step by step process to crack any exam

  36. Priyanshu Thakur says:

    Very nice

  37. Priyanshu Thakur says:

    I watched most of your videos but never subscribed but now after this video… I subscribed

  38. Pallavi Priya says:

    wow!!!! lovely video….merci beaucoup Mariana

  39. Nermin Okanovic says:

    I never really notice it before the end of the video, but that background music in the video is relaxing and makes your video better to listen to. Nice job!

  40. Pablo Baladrón Caballero says:

    Why you speak English and take notes in Spanish?

  41. Lydia K. says:

    So i have a question ,where are you buying those beautiful papers with the colored line on the side?

  42. Sunny M says:

    Brings me back the old days😭

  43. Arianna Castrechini says:

    Do you have any tips or recommendations to write a thesis/article or just to make a big project? You know, when times keep passing by and you have 3months on the same project you start to get less productive.

  44. alexarder202 says:

    Where can I get that dotted notebook your using??

  45. Bibi Panters says:

    I love your videos!!

  46. Arielen Elera says:

    GRACIAS! Thanks! ❤❤❤

  47. Rubina Mkhitaryan says:

    The CJEU cases and everything are so relatable.

  48. alyssa Scarlet says:

    These tips were so helpful, thank you 🙂

  49. Hannah says:

    Please share an updated note taking method!

  50. kayli says:

    Hey! I have a question for you (or anyone who wants to answer ). How did you first get into good study habits? I’m going into junior year and I know it will be difficult so I need to adopt good study habits, but I don’t know how to do that.

  51. Anne Kathlyn Baladad says:

    what phone are you using?

  52. Patricia Torralba says:

    Hi Mariana. I'm having a problem of making either digital notes or hand written notes. Some of my professors dont allow gadgets in class, some do. I dont know how to combine the 2. What can you suggest? Should i print my notes? Sorry i'm torned.

  53. Aspen Grey says:

    Useful tips. Thank you for sharing

  54. Najlae Daif says:

    I love your videos Mariana ♡ They are very entertaining and motivating 👌 Also, your voice is so sweet and smouth, very heatt warming ! ^.^

  55. Francine Cay says:

    Mariana: Also make sure to study in an organized place
    Me: looks at my desk… the opposite of what she just said.

  56. Lily says:

    What notebook where you using for notes? It was black and a bullet journal

  57. Rajat Soni says:

    Your handwriting is so good. Looks like printed notes

  58. Diana Mortágua says:

    Como fazemos o syllabus?

  59. Andrey says:

    Thank you for russian subtitles❤️

  60. Taylor Carris says:

    I'm starting 6th grade on the 6th next month so this is EXTREMELY useful! 💕

  61. mona is yourss says:

    Thanks for your video <3

  62. Елизавета Чернобахтова says:

    Mariana, thank you for video. It's awesome 🙂
    I've write down these tips. Maybe it'll be useful for someone
    1. Incorporate your h/w and classes in your daily planner.
    2. Color coordinate classes.
    3. Make your own syllabus.
    4. Make student guides. Make a study guide from your syllabus and draw before each topic two boxes% one for a midgets and one for the final test. When you have one of these tests/ check the boxes when you’ve finished studying the chapter so you won’t miss anything.
    5. Reference your material throughout – for quick access.
    6. Keep a dashboard near by (with stickers).
    7. Print or collect any exercises you can find. Set an alarm clock for the deadline and start working on those tests.
    8. Remember to condense – organisation disappears when you have too many of everything.
    9. Customise textbooks – make your own tabs and write every chapter on them so they stick out.
    10. Print a planning calendar for finals.
    11. Save at least one morning / evening for intensive studying.
    12. Prepare in advance.
    13. Never leave something behind (!)
    14. Write your own questions – ask professors, classmates.
    15. Set an alarm clock. Reward yourself + take breaks. Never study for 2 hours straight.
    16. Before each study sessions make a to-do list.
    17. Work on the least interesting thing first.
    18. Print. Understand where you work better – on the laptop or on the paper.
    19. If you finish ahead, don’t quit. Take that time to review what you’ve learned so far or prepare other classes ahead of time.
    20. Study in an organised place.

  63. Livinglike me! says:

    check this for more useful tips

  64. Kykyryza reka says:


  65. 三界 says:

    I want to know how to remember long words faster and clearer!!!(⋟﹏⋞)
    an Asian student is here!

  66. Kath Mllr says:

    Hey, great video, what timer app do u use?


    41tip stop watching videos and start studying 😁

  68. dreyse says:

    Você tem quantos anos ?

  69. Aktari Begum says:

    Thank you for posting this video
    It helped me a lot

  70. 武井輝菜 says:

    Tank you★

  71. Zntx says:

    Lol the song made me sleepy

  72. Pizza playz says:

    Mariana sounds like JenerationDiy

  73. KirstenAW says:

    What note app are you using on your iPad?

  74. Greisly Tjengal says:

    most of these will works very well if you're a student in school. sadly, i just get into uni 4 months ago in IR major and everything is really chaotic.

    before, i still manage to make my own notes before classes because i have notebook and syllabus, but now in university, i do have syllabus but i have no textbook whatsoever and even if i have the syllabus, most of my class are jumbled because sometimes my class is dismissed or converted into events. most of my exams are making paper over study cases, so making notes to remember is the last thing to do and the most important thing is just i need to understand how this theory talks about.

    however, i still loves making notes since i've enjoyed reading and writing for my whole life, so i still writes note, and luckily i have a class where i can do it : french. learning language needs to be written no matter what so i really enjoy the class where my friends wouldn't think i'm weird by opening a notebook and have a giant pencil box with 5 coloured pens, multiple highlighters and a package of pastel coloured sticky notes scattered on my table.

    most of these tricks works if you are still in school, so guys who still struggle with it, have fun with the tricks!☺☺

  75. komaa kim says:


  76. bby mari says:

    e eu aqui a procrastinar hahahaha

  77. Dweeb Demon says:
    Here will you get study hacks and tips, some amazing tips, please check it out!

  78. Purplely says:

    OMG MI TOCAYAAA (OMG WE HAVE THE SAM NAME) my goal is to have nots like yours <3

  79. SONYA says:


  80. Syifa Kenedi says:

    Great 😍 I also made video about medical school.. Scholarship. And other tips and trick. Let's check.

  81. Francisca Silva says:

    Tive de parar o vídeo quando vi "Editar" e "Filmar" na tua lista. Parabéns pelo vídeo, Mariana 😉 bandeirinha de Portugal haha

  82. Сияйните Деца says:

    wait are you Bulgarian? (because of her desktop- the flag of Bulgaria is on it)

  83. Bella Cheng says:

    It's really useful but
    I feel like for the people who watched this.
    we are actually spending time to watch those study videos instead of actually studying…

  84. doraemon complete styling with doraemon says:

    Thank you for ur effective tip

  85. Sudha somaddar says:

    you are law student bingo me too i have the same subjects as u have

  86. Reva says:

    Thank you so much! Studytubers always motivate me to do my work!

  87. dhana chandru says:

    Short and sweet💞💞😯

  88. Olga Velez says:

    Tu és portuguesa

  89. alie becca says:

    This is going to help me SO MUCH! I’m entering my freshmen year in the fall and am SUPER nervous about the work load so this will help me a ton! Thank You!

  90. Study maakusu says:

    I just uploaded my first study with me video. Can anyone give me some tips and tricks to improve my video?

  91. Ana Clara Barreiros says:

    What is a syllabus?

  92. JuliAnna GAMES says:

    Vc eh br neh

  93. siddharth rajan says:

    When you run out of ideas to create new content.l🤣🤣

  94. Artin Fakoori says:

    Interesting ,amazing, thanks

  95. Jayanth HS says:

    Seeing her book, I was like OMG!

  96. railwaay [87.71am] says:

    at last, an actually useful studying channel. thanks for the tips! i'll apply them in my next semester. 🙂

  97. Therigna et Threechia Ndengue says:

    I love you videos do more please

  98. Paulina Rodríguez says:

    Me encantan tus videos, me motivan a seguir estudiando, incluso en vacaciones

  99. Ezgi Kıvılcım says:

    please please turkish subtitles

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