How to study effectively for exams | 5 tips for studying effectively


Pick the right study environment. Remember that the right study environment
for someone else may not be the best environment for you. Picking the right study environment means
picking a place where you feel “in the zone” and free of distractions. Some people like to study with some background
noise, while others need to study in absolute silence. Before you pick the perfect place to study,
run a reconnaissance mission to find the right place. Here are some things to consider when choosing
the best environment for you: Pick a place that is free of distractions. Avoid being around a television or going to
places where people are engaging in laughter and fun conversations. If the Internet is a big distraction for you
but you need a computer to study, pick a place that does not have Wifi. You can study in your dorm, but don’t do it
if your roommate is always around and you’d rather be talking to him than study for your
big test. If you are studying in your dorm, close the
door or put up a sign to let people know that they shouldn’t just pop in on you. Pick a place with the right noise level. If you like absolute silence, go to a library. You will also be surrounded by fellow students,
which will motivate you to study more. If you like some background noise, try a low-key
cafe. Pick a place that is well-lit. A coffee shop with dim lighting may look cooler,
but it will hurt your eyes and make it easier for you to fall asleep. Pick a place that isn’t too hot. Infernal temperatures will make you want to
curl up and take a nap. Pick a place that is pleasantly cool so you
can stay alert. Find a place that really helps get you “in
the zone.” This is harder to describe, but you’ll know
it when you see it. This will be a place where you feel sharp,
unstoppable, and motivated as soon as you walk in the door. You may even have a favorite chair or study
nook in your study hall or library that really does this trick for you. Find what works and stick to it. If you feel that music helps you concentrate
then create a playlist on your phone or an music player device in order to avoid temptation
to use your computer and browse other websites. If you are listening to music, make sure that
it is something relaxing that encourages you to calm yourself and focus on what you are
doing, sometimes it is preferable to listen to more relaxing music without lyrics as your
brain will automatically focus on following the lyrics instead of reading and remembering
what is in your textbook. Research has shown that it is beneficial to
study in an area where nature is in close proximity. Consider decorating your study area with a
few plants or flowers in order to maintain a balance between studying and at the same
time appreciate nature around you. Remember that the time of day that you study
is just as important as the environment. If you’re an early bird and
think best in the morning, maximize your morning study time. If you’re a night owl and concentrate best
after the sun sets, then get into the groove then. If you prefer studying during the night, it
is important to make sure that you get enough sleep as your brain needs to
be well rested in order to function properly. It is recommended to select a study area that
is not in your bedroom, this is due to the fact that you will associate that area with
concentrating and studying, while you will then associate your bedroom with resting or
spending your free time. Make sure that you don’t spend all day in
one room as it is good to switch things up eventually. Bring the right things. Once you pick your dream study spot, you’ll
need to bring the munitions you need to keep you going. Knowing what to bring to get your study on
is just as important as knowing what not to bring. When you figure out exactly what you need,
you can even write a checklist so you know what works for you every time. Study with a variety of methods. Studying by using a variety of methods will
help you reach a deeper understanding of the material and will also help you mix up your
studying habits and will keep things interesting. Use your resources. When you study, don’t forget that a wealth
of resources are available to you beyond just your textbook and notes. If you’re studying, then you must be in school,
and schools will have a variety of resources to help you make your studying as effective
as possible. Take breaks. Remember that taking breaks is just as important as focusing on your studies. The mind does better when you take a
short break every half hour to an hour. This helps you absorb material and decompress,
and will get
your mind feeling fresh for more studying. If
you study for
six hours without stopping, you will give yourself a headache.

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76 thoughts on “How to study effectively for exams | 5 tips for studying effectively”

  1. arkaprava roychaudhury says:

    Very helpful. Thanks for inspiring. 😊

  2. Alwina Anam says:

    very inspiring

  3. Ayat Al says:

    Can't thank you enough for the tips! Very very helpful and informative!
    All the mistakes you mentioned I used to do at university and you gave me the solution to all. I can't wait to start my 3rd year of study now

    Thanks a lot and hope to see more videos from you

  4. ajit says:

    You are doing very good job plz provide continuously these type of selfmotivational vidio. Thank you

  5. Kingpugster says:

    Shomu would you suggest reading textbook chapters prior to lecture or after?

  6. Yien Lee says:

    My left ear learned all the tips!

  7. akanksha johar says:

    U r so cute and ur vedio is very useful

  8. akanksha johar says:

    * video

  9. sowbranika siva says:

    thank you so much this video is more helpful thank you

  10. sowbranika siva says:

    pls do some tips for reading bioethics pls

  11. Alwina Anam says:

    Very aspiring.. I hv sent u the list of cell biology topics

  12. Jayanta Sonowal says:

    I live your motivational video, please keep continue and teach us

  13. ankita says:

    HAPPY TEACHER'S DAY SIR god bless you πŸ™‚

  14. Micro Science says:

    Very nice channelVery nice videos
    I agree with you in most point you've discussed but not with group learning , I find it better to study alone but I like to discuss things with colleagues

  15. Pradeep pati says:

    Thank you. So inspiring. Every student must watch

  16. Divya Agarwal says:

    Thank you very much Sir…It is really very inspiring and motivating. Your way of explaining things is tremendously amazing.
    Thanks again
    Divya Agarwal

  17. Feilisha Almas says:

    Thank you, Shomu! No bs, just straight facts!!

  18. nerd nerd says:

    Looooooooooooove your videos. thank you so much!!!!!

  19. Fiza Channa says:

    My problem is that i can't wait to give myself reward .if my goal is big so i give myself already reward i can't wait for it

  20. Dzonky says:

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  21. ZDY says:

    anyone know why I feel like my brain isn't "turning" or thinking? I don't feel that spin idk how to put it. I used to 3 years ago and I was beasting school with straight perfect scores. Now I can't even get a full GPA on any course anymore, hell, A is a rare thing now. AM I GETTING DUMBER? IS IT NUTRIENTS??! The content doesn't feel harder. I straight up just don't feel the thinking anymore

  22. Einas Mohamed says:

    thank you boosted me to go and study harder πŸ™‚

  23. biswajit das says:

    It's work

  24. Kuba Freak says:

    I like ur vidz PRO ✌

  25. Regina KN says:

    Great motivation, great video. Thank you for this information!

  26. Qasim says:

    Thanks you are the man

  27. Shreya Choudhury says:

    what about the Calcutta university hons exam ? πŸ™

  28. Sye says:

    What a hero! Thanks man

  29. sushmit satyendra says:

    very nice bro! two from notes/powerpoint.Don't fall in the illusion of studying from the book.You'll never complete it.2.previous q paper.

  30. Meera Meera says:

    amazing sir u r superb .

  31. shivani shivi says:

    hey….I'm pursuing biotechnology..i just have one week for my first year exams… it's annual system in my university….I've total 9 subjects…each subject contains 5-6 units…i haven't prepared anything yet… what should i do??

  32. Beena Asokan says:

    sir,would you upload a video on exam paper presentation tips? kindly give your reply.- Sijo.A

  33. Beena Asokan says:

    it is important for all students.

  34. Arnab Das says:

    You have made it clear to us…thanks for making such videos…your hard-work…

  35. ajay gathe says:

    Motivational videos are very nice
    Please add more on plant pathology regarding biocontrol with the help of Trichoderma viride fungi.

  36. ajay gathe says:


  37. sana r says:

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  38. suresh rathod says:

    Sir plz make video of three ponit test cross πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

  39. prajnashree priyambada says:

    thank u sir..

  40. prajnashree priyambada says:

    very inspiring….

  41. Karuna Dave says:

    There is lot of things to say , that non of words can describe your help, but at the end i will end up with saying thank you.God bless you

  42. sayantani paul dhubri says:

    how to crack neet this year??

  43. sayantani paul dhubri says:

    neet is really very important for me….

  44. anjali kushwah says:

    Thanks sir but you talk in Hindi for motivation because if we fell bad and we think that we can't do this then our mother tongue is very necessary for touch the people heart, soul and mind…….

  45. Archana Shende says:

    aap ki aavaj nhi aa rhi

  46. Alok everything says:

    awesome sor

  47. Sanju Bishwas says:

    VeryΒ nice..

  48. Vic 3 says:

    Than you so much, I am so happy meeting someone like you. I respect you sir.

  49. maniram gaire says:

    U are just great sir….

  50. Meghna sur says:

    Sir, your face in the cover picture of the video is so funny! πŸ˜‚

  51. anshul sharma says:

    you are my online guru g

  52. Rejaulkarim Rejaulkarim says:

    thank you dada

  53. Bratati Das says:

    tip 3 was really effective…we often make mistake studying notes in the starting point while avoiding books…which is not effective

  54. Irfan Mir says:

    Ur going so deep just tell we people in basic concepts

  55. sangita sharma says:

    sir next vedio hindi me bolna vedio acha tha

  56. Ismail Abulwafa says:

    I cant understand

  57. Ismail Abulwafa says:

    you are leader

  58. Ismail Abulwafa says:

    but see I know what you mean bad schools cant teach well so every thing is bad init.

  59. Ismail Abulwafa says:

    I mean cant

  60. RAKHI MISHRA says:

    Nice guidance

  61. Pooja Eman says:

    Thanks you bro

  62. Diana Ndakolo says:

    Wish i have seen this earlier😭


    Thank you sir.

  64. K Prati says:

    Sir whenevr i got stuck somewhr, ur videos are thr to help me out…
    Thank youu soo much Sir..
    from last 2 yrs Im following you..Now it becomes my schedule to watch atleast 2 videos of you in a day…

  65. K.R. Akil says:

    What is your major in bsc

  66. Hermella Getachew says:

    Thank you😊

  67. Narela Paras says:

    Superrb sir, you are amazing, excellent

  68. Rari Rari says:

    No sound

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  70. Kanchan Mala says:

    aap itne chhote ho aur aapko apne age se jiada dimag hai. how cute!

  71. Benalipo Zenezarinllen says:

    I watch your videos before exams for brushing up and understanding the things… you are a nice teacher… thank you sir..

  72. priyanka swami says:

    I am a working mother and cleared csir net Ls with rank 66 only by watching your videos. you clear the concepts in a very effective and easy manner. thank u so much sir for your free videos.

  73. Chanchal More says:

    Thank you so much sir .. you teach us very well.. I passed my exams because of you.. I always referring your videos..


    How much will be the cost
    …Only your hard copy books

  75. Sudesh Kumar Banyal says:

    Sir, I turned 28 years old this on 3 Jan this year. I have qualified NET LS in life sciences. I have done M.PHIL also.
    Can I apply for JRF this time. Can I apply for the post of Junior project fellow?
    Plz reply

  76. shreya chitranshi says:

    Hllw sir i m thinking for doimg preparation of icar jrf for msc entrance examination from plant science or plant biotechnology …exam conduct on 1st June 2020…will u start online classes for icar jrf for msc…from plant science or plant biotechnology….according to syllabus…it would be very helpful to me…..plzz help sir

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