Is it hard for you to get motivated to study?
Let’s face it…
It’s so easy to watch one more video or to scroll through your social media feed one more time.
But your exams are approaching.
You have a rising sense of panic, but you don’t know where to begin. The more you panic, the harder it is to get to work.
If this is the situation you’re in, keep reading.
In this article, I’m going to explain 23 proven strategies that successful students use to motivate themselves to study.
Get ready to say goodbye to procrastination!
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How to motivate yourself to study
When you’re feeling unmotivated, taking the first step is usually the hardest part.
Here are the best ways to motivate yourself, so you can study productively.
1. Discover why you procrastinate
Procrastinating on your schoolwork is a complex problem that can have many different causes.
Here are some of the most common:
- You’ve convinced yourself that your homework is beyond your abilities
- Putting off your homework is a way of rebelling against your parents or teachers
- You’ve decided the topic is boring
- You’re waiting for the “perfect” time to start
- The task has become so overwhelming that you don’t know where to start
Understanding why you procrastinate is a key first step to getting motivated.
Spend some time reflecting on what makes you procrastinate. This will enable you to identify which of the following tips will help you the most.
2. Break the material down into chunks
A major cause of procrastination is that the task ahead seems overwhelming.
That’s when you need to “chunk down”. Break down each task into small chunks.
Assign yourself a certain number of those chunks each day. Suddenly, you’re no longer faced with a scary task, but rather a series of manageable chunks.
A chunk might be reading two pages of your textbook, completing five multiple-choice questions, or finding four reference articles on the Internet for your paper.
3. Reward yourself
Every time you complete one or two chunks, reward yourself with a short period of relaxation.
It could be five minutes on your favourite smartphone game, a short walk, or playing the guitar.
Rewarding yourself with short and enjoyable breaks is a key part of the “chunking down” technique.
4. Create a study routine
We’re creatures of habit.
Bad study habits are easy to fall into, but you can also develop good study habits to help you keep up with your schoolwork.
If it’s a challenge for you to get motivated to study, you can put this principle to work for you.
Habits are so powerful that once you develop a study routine, you’ll find it difficult to go into relaxation mode without studying.
How should you go about creating a study routine?
The first thing to do is to set up a study schedule (see Tip #14).
Be aware, however, that habits aren’t formed overnight.
Research indicates that it typically takes 20 to 30 days to form a habit. So you’ll have to put in some work before this technique pays off.
5. Be clear about why you want to get good grades
One of the best ways to get motivated to study is to be very clear about why you want to get good grades in the first place.
Make a list of the reasons you want to do well academically.
Here are some typical reasons:
- I want to learn more and develop myself
- I want to develop the habit of pursuing excellence
- I want to become a more focused and disciplined student
- I want to get into a good school or programme
- I want to have a meaningful career
- I want to provide well for my family and my parents in the future
- I want to know that I gave it my best shot
- I want to live with no regrets
Write down your own list of reasons for studying hard, and put the list at your study desk.
Then, when you’re feeling unmotivated, read the list one more time.
6. Use a mind map to organise the information
If you’re like most people, chances are you’ve been taught to use lists to summarise information. A classic example is to-do lists.
As such, it may seem natural to use lists to summarise the information you’re studying.
But there are times when mind maps are more effective than lists as a way of organising information.
Because mind maps mimic how the brain works.
When you create a mind map, you’re mapping out the way your brain has processed a certain topic.
This makes it easier to get a handle on the topic. It’ll also make it easier for you to retrieve that information when you need it.
You can create a mind map using pen and paper. But if you prefer to do it on your phone, tablet or computer, you can use an app like SimpleMind.
7. Make a “boring” subject interesting
When you find it difficult to study because the subject is “boring”, ask yourself:
“Is the subject really boring, or does it seem that way because I have closed my mind to it?”
As G.K. Chesterton once said: “There are no boring subjects, only disinterested minds.”
If you think a subject is boring, try to engage with the subject by asking yourself questions.
When was this technique or theory developed?
Who developed it?
What problem did it solve?
How would the world be different today if not for this technique or theory?
If you ask the right questions, you can make any subject interesting.
8. Understand the topic, don’t just memorise it
One of the keys to effective studying is to develop an understanding of a topic rather than just memorising facts.
In some situations, rote memorisation may be necessary.
But, in general, the more years you spend in school, the more you’ll be expected to understand relationships and connections between different concepts.
This will require you to apply principles to a given set of facts or to draw conclusions from a given set of facts.
Understanding a topic is far more rewarding than memorising it. So this approach to studying is not only more effective – it will keep you motivated.
9. Look for gaps in your understanding
Try giving a mini-presentation on a topic to a friend or relative. You can do this in a formal way, or you could simply talk to them about the topic.
By doing so, you’ll deepen your knowledge.
But you’ll also realise quickly if there are gaps in your understanding of the topic.
As Albert Einstein once said, “If you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough.”
10. Study in short bursts
Research shows that we learn better when we study in short bursts.
It’s called “spaced learning”, and the theory behind it is that learning involves the creation of memories.
Memories are formed through links between neurons. In order for these memories to become embedded, the neurons have to be left undisturbed for a period of time.
That’s why we learn better in short bursts of studying. This approach gives the neurons time to “lay down” these new memories.
Read on to Tip #11 to learn about how to put this tip into practice.
11. Use the Pomodoro technique
If you want a system for studying in short bursts, try the Pomodoro technique.
Francesco Cirillo invented the technique in Italy in the late 1980s.
Using a kitchen timer shaped like a tomato (“pomodoro” means tomato in Italian), he found he could concentrate better by studying in short stretches.
Here’s how to apply the Pomodoro technique:
- Decide on the task that you’ll work on
- Set the timer for 25 minutes
- Work on the task
- Stop working when the timer rings
- Put a checkmark on a piece of paper
- If you have fewer than four checkmarks, take a 3- to 5-minute break, then repeat from Step 1
- After four pomodoros, take a 15- to 30-minute break
- Draw a line through the four checkmarks and start counting your checkmarks afresh
There are lots of apps to help you apply the Pomodoro technique and become a student who’s better at time management. Here are some of the best apps out there.
12. Don’t expect to feel motivated all the time
Strangely enough, one of the best ways to deal with a lack of motivation is to stop expecting to feel motivated all the time.
The fact is that no one feels motivated all the time.
So don’t rely on feeling motivated in order to get the work done.
Sometimes the motivation just won’t be there.
That’s why you need a study routine and study habits, because systems always beat motivation.
13. Exercise your brain
To get motivated to study, you need to train your brain. Think of your brain as a muscle.
Developing your ability to focus is like training to be a world-class sprinter.
It’s all about consistency and making gradual progress.
Continually exercise your brain, even when you’re not studying.
You can do this by reading, thinking through challenging world issues, doing puzzles, or journaling.
The greater the variety of ways in which you train your brain, the stronger and more flexible your brain will become.
There are also various websites with exercises designed to train your brain. Here are three popular ones:
Just as with a physical workout, a key part of training your brain is rest and recovery. So make sure that you get at least 8 hours of sleep a night (many students even need 9 to 10 hours of sleep a night).
Nutrition is another important aspect of training your brain.
The brain needs certain fatty acids in order to function optimally. You can get these fatty acids from eating nuts, avocados and salmon. Other brain foods include:
- Pumpkin seeds
- Pomegranate juice
- Dark chocolate
14. Organise your time
The act of creating a study schedule is a form of commitment, so it will help you to stay motivated.
Here are some useful steps in creating a study schedule:
- For each subject, make a list of the tasks you need to complete in order to be ready for the exam
- Download a study schedule template and block out the times you have available each day to study
- As far as possible, choose blocks of time that are the same each day (e.g. 3:30pm to 5:30pm) so that your study schedule is easy to remember
- Create a daily plan which lists the most important tasks to be completed for the day
Review your study schedule at the end of each week.
Assess whether you’re on track to reach your study goals by exam time. If you’re not, adjust your schedule by finding additional blocks of time for studying.
15. Study in a group
Many students find it motivational to study in a group.
Of course, it’s crucial that you find the right students to join the study group. These students should have the desire to learn the material well and get excellent grades.
I recommend that the study group have no more than four students. If the group is larger than four, it tends to become distracting.
Studying is more fun in a group. It also gives everyone a sense of accountability.
When you study in a group, you can make commitments to each other related to new habits you want to develop, or bad habits you want to break.
But the benefits of studying in a group don’t stop there.
When you study in a group you can pool your notes together and get much better notes than any one person could possibly produce.
Also, studying in a group takes advantage of the fact that everyone has different strengths and weaknesses. If there’s a concept you don’t understand, chances are that someone in your group will be able to explain it to you.
16. Make learning active, not passive
Passive learning is where you try to absorb information and knowledge. It’s based on the idea that you’re an empty vessel waiting to be filled.
But research shows that this isn’t the best way to learn.
We actually construct knowledge by integrating the new material with what we already know and have already experienced.
So if you want to learn a new topic quickly and effectively, use as much active learning as you can.
Examples of active learning are:
- Finding applications of the new topic in your own life
- Doing case studies where the new ideas or theories are put into a specific context
- Doing group projects
- Reviewing and commenting on the work of your friends
- Thinking of ways to apply concepts to problems you come across
17. Schedule relaxation
This may seem obvious, but when your focus is studying for an upcoming exam, it’s easy to forget that you need time to relax.
Remember Point #10 and “spaced learning”?
We learn new information by creating memories. But those memories need time to be formed. That means having gaps between learning spurts.
In short, you need to schedule relaxation to recharge and learn better.
18. Exercise regularly
When you’re focused on studying for a major exam, it’s common to overlook exercise.
But, as far as possible, get 20 to 30 minutes of physical activity every day.
This is because regular exercise is vital if you want to study effectively and stay motivated.
Aerobic activity, such as swimming, jogging or walking, sends oxygen, blood and nutrients to your brain.
This helps you to think and concentrate.
Research even shows that short periods of light exercise immediately after studying improves the recall of new information.
19. Visualise yourself doing the task successfully
If you’re having trouble with a particular task, visualise yourself completing that task successfully.
Sports psychologists have long known about the power of visualisation as a technique for accomplishing difficult tasks.
Visualisation uses the “theatre of the mind” to mentally rehearse completing challenging tasks.
It works by laying down neural pathways in the brain. When you repeatedly visualise yourself completing a task, it makes it easier to perform the task in reality.
So spend a few minutes every day visualising yourself successfully completing your various study-related tasks – especially if you find them daunting.
20. Remind yourself that this won’t go on forever
Studying for exams can seem like an endless marathon, but it does have an end date.
Remind yourself of this, particularly on days when you feel overwhelmed or unmotivated.
Telling yourself that “this won’t go on forever” will allow you to focus on the light at the end of the tunnel.
But it will also make you study harder, because you know that you have urgent tasks at hand.
21. Focus on the process, not the result
When you’re studying, it’s often difficult to see the fruit of your labour, especially at the beginning.
That’s why you should focus on the process, not the result.
Did you complete most of your planned tasks today? Congratulate yourself.
Did you stick to your study schedule in general today? Maintain your focus.
Did you put your phone in another room when you were studying, so you wouldn’t be distracted? Keep it up.
Remember, it’s habits that you’re trying to form.
If you get the process right, the results will follow.
22. Get rid of distractions
This may seem like a no-brainer, but it’s amazing how many students try to study with one eye on their textbook and the other eye on their social media feed.
It’s almost as if they want to be distracted.
List all the common distractions you face when you’re studying. Do your best to eliminate every single one of them.
For example, you could:
- Turn off your Internet access
- Put your phone on flight mode
- Put your phone in another room
- Mute your group chats
- Use earplugs
- Delete all the games on your phone, tablet and computer
23. If you don’t feel like starting, set a timer for 5 minutes
Sometimes, the hardest part of anything is simply starting.
But the fear of doing something is almost always worse than the actual doing. Once you start, you’ll find it wasn’t as bad as you thought.
The same applies to the fear of learning. If you don’t feel like getting to work, set a timer for 5 minutes.
You can tell yourself that once those 5 minutes are up, you can stop work.
But, in all likelihood, you would have got some momentum going, so you’ll continue.
I hope these words of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe will inspire you:
“Whatever you can do or dream you can, begin it. Boldness has genius, power, and magic in it.”
The keys to getting motivated to study are organising your time and work, and knowing how to use your mind effectively.
That’s what I’ve shown you in this article: 23 tips for organising your time, developing the right mindset, and using your brain in the most efficient way possible.
(Download the free PDF below to learn 7 bonus tips.)
Follow these tips for studying smart – not hard – and you’ll soon be on your way to becoming a successful student who doesn’t procrastinate!
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Love your ideas! especially “Break the material into chunk”, “Mind map”,”Make boring topics to interesting”,
These guidelines are really effective to my studying plan. Hope you will write more books pertaining to
academic excellence as I am looking forward .Kudos to you for sharing!!
Daniel Wong says
Glad you like the article!
The article is so powerful. Great ideas Mr.Wong you’ve changed lives.
SORAYA CHANAKIAN says
Great article, I am sure it will help me with my students.
thank you so much this is gonna change my life
Salvador franko says
Thank you very much am sure after reading this articles now I can say goodbye procrastination.
Thanks a lot!
Priyansu Singh says
before i used to study all day and i used to be a topper..but due to games my grades went on falling…my parents also face few business problems right now but they try their best to make me feel complete..today i felt all this and i wanted to change..so i came up to this website and went through all the tips…thanks bro and my exam are coming up..hope i do well…also before coming here i was going to open a video game but i stopped myself..i will try my best!!!
Sphephile Ndlovu says
Video games are the worst distraction 😂
im the worst distraction
MIKE TRACHEA says
Thank you so much for this content. This is the best article that I’ve read related to this subject. It is so useful.
Adarsh R says
Same here bro, I am a topper but also a pc gamer. I just don’t want to fail but I don’t want to stop playing also. But after reading this I will surely control gaming.
Hi bro do you study these days like when you read this for the first time and can you tell me some of the tips which you used to stop wasting your time
Man i have same situation,
It looks you are my reflection.
Reader: does it really happen in this world
Even though i study all night i dont get good marks
This increased interest in me to study
thoshi from india says
this is the best thank u for helping us
Thanks.. Obviously everyone who visits this site is the one who has same issue of procrastination and wasting time.. All comments same lols
Thanks for the guidelines, Mr. Wong.
Wow I really liked it Thanks!
I am really thankful to you sir . This article gives me goosebumps.
I hope it will definitely change my life for good
Divya Shenoy says
I agree! This was very helpful and I will use it as a future reference!
Thanks a lot
Thank you much Daniel.
Like a flow chart, the brain mapping is going to work wonders for connecting the subjects of my study.
Thanks for the help bro 🤜
X AE - 12 says
I became addicted to video games… soon after that my grades started falling… I’m currently in one of the best schools in the country but I’m the worst student in the class. I don’t know what to do… I literally can’t study anymore like I used to… hope this is gonna help me.
Im very tired type says
Hi, maybe do not pressure yourself too much.
I’m no pro but maybe setting your goal to get better scores than the second worst at first and then go rank higher each time, like levelling up.
It can be fun and motivational.
Don’t play too much that you won’t sleep and eat properly. (Important bro)
If gaming has become your life then think of your brain as a cpu and school a tryhard game and exam a high boss.
Very useful tips
Thank you doctor
Daniel Wong says
You’re welcome, Sulaiman.
nice i have encouraged by you
Daniel Wong says
Dorji Tshewang says
Thank you doctor it will really help me
Really this helped me a lot….thanks for your motivational tips and i loved that tip on bored subjects…Ones again thanks a lot Daniel..love you
mohit verma says
Nice blog, Thank you for shear this information, It’s very helpful for me and everyone.
Love these tips….. Best ones I’ve come across so far hands down 🙂
Hi I am Hasin…and I am really struggling due to lack of concentration…I have only 5 months left for a crucial examination and I can’t seem to concentrate even a little bit…I read the article and feel somewhat motivated..But I am not quite sure whether I can actually convert myself from what I am right now…I am really very tensed…I just hope this works out well for me…
You don’t have to worry set your mind to it and focus, you will do better than you could ever imagine.
bro…….5month due 5months ……more than enough …….dont be worried you nerd
Athena Sheyisa says
How did the exams go?
I’m having intrest to study…first my friend was helping me in studies I got first class in Al the semester..but now he is too busy because he is teaching others..if I start to study at that movement I can understand..after tat my mind will b blank..only 2weeks left for my semester examz what should I do now??
No brother u dont have any intrest in study .Ur fathers pays money to the college to ask dought their to more and more educated qualified proffesor thain ur friend .u suppose clear your doughts from professor. So if u really want to study hard be regular in college logoff from social media take urself out from the comfort zone ,if u did the same from that period u dont need friend their to teach u .thanku
Don’t worry everything will be alright just focus on your study.
nice thoughts to fight challenging problems
Needed it right now. phew. Thanks!
Arigato Doctor. It really helps🙃
I needed this. I’m quiet motivated. Thank you so much.
Great tips! One of the most basic things that we need to understand is that each and every child has a different learning capacity and different learning style. Some child might grasp things quickly, while others may take time. In high school, more studying techniques are there which can help students to score well in exams.
abubakar hassan says
I need to be a member
Hey I’m feeling motivated by reading this. And some lf the tips are really perfect for me. I literally get fully help from this article.
shazia saeed says
Really this is very helpful I like all tips thank you so much
This feels really good and it helped me a lot too thanks much!
Explained By Heart !
Thank You Sir..
Thanks to your hurt opinion,Really its too good.
Yes ,I’m getting hurted as well.can u please share ur ideology. I want to write a book on that.plz😭😭😭😁😭😁😭😍
This is really helpful…I have one of my most important exams in my life in April, but I have bit of lacks here and there. Though I know 2 months is a huge time if I try, but I was really lost about how to start, now I can see some light…..Thanks a lot, for sharing these awesome ideas.
Vinod Bhojani says
The best way to start the study is switched off your cell phone or handover it to your parents. Then other factors will automatically followed.
Vibhav geetam says
The best motivational article I have ever read.thanks and keep it up.
Sangeetha J Patil says
It is really a wonderful motivation it’ll help to those who are feeling like they can’t…I’ll surely implement this during my study holidays n I am sure that I’ll get the top most rank …tqs for motivation..
i have a studying anxiety,,,my exam wkll be in 2 months and still struggling in preparing for it 🙁 i have no motivation and start the day in the idea that i want to study but ending it the opposite and stressed all the time,,any helpful suggestions
-#9 is powerful!
Thanks for the tips and ot was really helpfull and I hope that I get succesfull.
She says says
Thanks for your most simple and effective ways. I feel things would be easy if one follows even 5 of the above.
final exams coming up in 2 weeks and here i am… i re-read this article whenever i feel demotivated and it definitely shows me some light. its too late for me now, but i must say, the biggest distraction is definitely your phone. so guys just give them away to your parents or whom so ever, atleast when u r studying. and make sure u hv a nice and quiet study environment. take small breaks in between and keep ur table stocked on light and healthy snacks. dont stay up too late and get atleast 6 hrs lf sleep. i hv soo many tips from reading many articles but i fail to implement it on my own study routine. anyways, all the best u guys!!! 🙂
Shahid Nazir says
Really these are very helpful tips and the only thing is that we have to use these tips so that we will succeed
Talat anjum says
All of your tips are really helpfull and amazing . Thank you so much for giving us such a nice ideas to get rid of our troubles.It helps me alot .
Thanks once again.
Hi, Good day. I thank you for the paper. But, to be honest, I can not find out exactly why I do not study. I always scored good grades, but I never remember to have a strange motive for studying.
And rightly so now that I am justified by a fateful exam, I do not want to study at all
I’ve gotten caught up with everything and there’s no incentive to move forward
I see all my dreams and I have no interest in moving
I do not know what I’m doing? Thank you, if you help me
Thank u so much
Fatima Shaikh says
One of the best articles have come across!.
Thank you so much sir!☺
Feeling much much better.🙏
Ashraf khan says
Thank you so much for typing in such an amazing article or in fact all the helpful factors that we ever needed thank you once again.
Honestly it wasn’t really helpful for me cuz I’m studying Russian and it’s really boring but I can’t ask myself those questions to make it more interesting….
vidyasagar yadav says
very inspiring thoughts sir.thank you!
it happens says
for me it usually happens when i decide to miss a class or two and things pile up and i get more caught up in other things besides school. Once that point hits and midterms come around next week i have to try to cram up everything because it feels like i didn’t actually learn anything up until now, it was just memorizing for quizzes and doing small homework assignments. now even knowing what to study and having the material in front of me i don’t feel motivated at all. I am a senior in college now studying computer science. I hate trying to understand certain code or other things and I end up rereading my notes or things multiple times while thinking about something else (like how much i screwed up by taking days off class!)
Thank you so much Tip 05 wow motivated me alot… am about to start studying my books now thanks to you.
But hey I got a big problem ,I can’t concentrate when my phone is not here with me. I become disturbed cause i think of it all the time while studying what should do?
Md Sakil Ansari says
Great. All these tips are really based on real facts. thanks for sharing the details.
I know that if I try I can actually good grade but i m not motivated enough to try I can’t seem to get my seldf into the mood of studying since I can’t study more than one day before cause my school gives a test every day two tests on Wednesdays and homework and above all that we are learning a new language and I’m really stressed out!! I really don’t know what to do!! Please help!!!!!
This is the best article I’ve ever read regarding procrastination !!
Thank you for this tips. 😊
Tq so much ,I just read it’s benefit for me ,I wish I Follow your tips ..
Thank you sir, for your great motivation.
I LIKE THAT DANIEL WONG YOU ARE HARD WORKING.’!’
Ada V says
Hi,my name is Ada.
i just have a month and a half left of school and they are full of exams and i just cant seem to focus
i don`t know what i am doing wrong because i love studying and getting a good grade but know i just don`t care.
and the worst part is i really want to become a doc but i am just not getting motivated to study
Diana Ahmed says
I like this . It is very helpful thx
CHALA FIKIRU says
I MUST STUDY HARD THAN THINK. IT IS GREAT SUCCES IN MY FUTURE. THANKS TO DR WONG
It was an amazing article!!!. After a long period of time i regained my motivation towards studies. Thanks for such a awesome and organized suggestion.
Lovely ideas. Feeling much more motivated
So my exam’s the day after tomorrow and I’m sitting here reading motivational blogs…..what even is my life
Excellent article!!! For past several weeks,I was looking up for some kind of motivation and this article helped me to regain my interest in studies.Thnks a lot
Really i thought i am not motivate by anyone but i m wrong. i m feeling pleasure at the moment this is a unique way to motivate and one of best essay in world
amitaf adir says
Although i am one of top 10 students of my own class but in routine its also hard for me to be motivated and concentrated daily. so thanks for such great advice , hope it will work.
Instead of studying I’m reading this article wow 😭
Very interesting and effective ways….. Thank you for giving us this article…
this article will save my life
My mom doesn’t have much confidence in me so this was motivating and I really appreciate your efforts and hope I really do well this year
Abdiwahab Loyal says
Wow what an amazing article thanks for this precious article it is really helped to me a lot
arslan rasool says
I love this read with our children.
Thank you so much..
I want to study
rohit aggarwal says
thank you daniel for giving me wonderful information
Before I came here, I was obsessed from playing minecraft. But my exams were going on. But after visiting here, I think I am kind of relieved now.
Thanx Dr. Daniel Wong
Such a beautiful article! Really helped !All the points are so inspirational. Thank God I found this
Jamie Smartkins says
Awesome article Daniel. All the points are spot on. This article is motivating to not only students,kids but also to adults as we are all students of life. Thank you .
Sultan Slahudin says
This article is very helpful for regular study to achieve a goal.
Thanks so much!!!!
Hi Mr.Daniel ,I am Diana from Ghana. Waaaw this article is indeed a God sent to me ,and I was wandering how I’m I going to excel in my exams, but lool and behold got everything here.I really appreciate your efforts and hope that I will get good grades after my exams,God richly bless you.
Mohammad ashar says
Thanks sir for your help
I love ur idea this is amazing trick…to gain intreset in studies…it also helps in making study a daily routine…..9797663167 my whatsapp no. Plz text me there if u have more ideas
I really do hope this works for me cause I find studying boring🤦♂️
Silas Munene says
I am Shwazz from Embu,Kenya …i used to perform brilliantly in my form one but my grades took a nose dive while in form two due to myself indulging into unhealthy friendship and loss of interest to study…am in my final year but the work i have to cover is too large so as to prosper but am not getting that inner instinct to study…..Please come to my rescue
thanks alot it gave me a hopefull start
wow now i will study
Great article. The article helped me to know why I am procrastinating and how to start writing my term papers. Thank you :)🙋♂️
Thanks a lot, you are doing the god’s work!!!
I was wondering how to stop procrastinating my work as the exams are near. No 5 has helped me a lot. Can’t thank you enough!!!
i used to be brilliant student but now cause of fire age and my over confidence i lose my height and be medium class student and step by step i lose moral for studying so even foe tests and finals i dont feel anything so help me to have moral to study helppppp please
satish jr says
hi,,,,im actually preparing for one of the toughest exam in the world,JEE ADVANCE..people say your future is setteled after you get into iits…but my problem is i have no intrest in studies..i have other dreams but to fulfill my dream i have to be on safer side so i need to be in iit but i dont have intrest in studying,…..
i know it is irritating for you to read my comment but just imagine how would i be feeling of all these stuff happening to me..
please help me out
Abubakar Julde says
Thank you doctor I appreciate your had work, you really get students issues during time of study.
Mehreen from Pakistan says
The article is so amazing I’m really appreciating you Thank for this Mr.Deniel
Keep it Up
I am also attending your webminar…
I just don’t know what to do with myself. If someone motivates me or inspires me, i will remember it for hardly one day and after that i will forget everything and will start following the excuses of not studying. Till now i watched many motivational videos and read articles but i didn’t developed at all. I m just a dumb and boring girl. I think i will never succeed in life.
Best motivational article i have ever read………………Thank you sir…
I never like motivational articles but this was the best one I have ever read, thanks. Quick question, how can I avoid sleeping while studying?
In this time of the coronavirus, where we all are quarantined in the house, I am so stressed out… since we are having online classes, I am getting easily distracted through the internet… how should i stop this… hoping for the best.
Thanks a lot for this article, sir! I am a very competitive student, and I recently got a bad grade on a test and have been feeling low and unproductive, though I still have to do other homework and tests. This article has motivated me to start studying again!
I just really wanna try your ideas. Actually I was a JEE main aspirant but really these days I am getting distracted. I will try your techniques to overcome the distractions.
koketso gatang says
Carla wants to get through university, and she knows she needs the degree to have a decent life, but she’s just not that into it. She’s never thought of herself as a good student, and that hasn’t changed much at Biust. She has trouble paying attention in those big lecture classes, which mostly seem pretty boring. She’s pretty sure she can pass all her courses, however, as long as she takes the time to study before tests. It doesn’t bother her to skip classes when she’s studying for a test in a different class or finishing a reading assignment she didn’t get around to earlier. She does make it through her first year with a passing grade in every class, even those she didn’t go to very often. Then she fails the second assessment in her first first year class. Depressed, she skips the next couple classes, then feels guilty and goes to the next. It’s even harder to stay awake because now she has no idea what they’re talking about. It’s too late to drop the course, and even a hard night of studying before the final exam isn’t enough to pass the course. In two other classes, she just barely passes. She has no idea what classes to take next semester and is starting to think that maybe she should drop out for now.
What do you think went wrong with Carla’s studies? What advice would give to her?
It’s one of the best articles I have ever read! Hats off to you brother!
Thanks for sharing, I love this article.
What tip do you have for me having the highest motivation, but turning to GTA Chinatown wars?
Nasrullah Rahmani says
Thanks sir for providing such a motivating and informative post. I was searching for such an article to guide me on how to study better. Finally I found it here. Good luck to you!
I’m going to give it a try
Hope it works out for me because I’m so restless when it comes to studying
Thank you it is gonna change my life
I am not telling you my name says
I really think the problem is not with the students but with the education system.
It kills creativity and children’s interest.
Meti Jemal says
Oh thank you bro
To be honest I’m a 10th grade student who isn’t going to school for months because of many school problems and my exams are very near and I started to think that even if I study nothing gonna change everything’s going to be ruined no matter how hard I study I can’t change the result but a huge THANKS to you that your article gave me way much courage and motivation that I felt really comfortable like my half of the problems are solved
Thanks for the great blog!
this is so inspirational
Haris Khan says
Thank you sir,
It’s very helpful, all the aforementioned steps are so powerful and easy to change ones habit and improves ones interest.
I was so passive in the last two months that I even didn’t touch my books and waste all my precious time on social media. But after reading this article, I feel more confident and motivated . It seems hard to start for the first time but I still remember the famous saying that “go to the last mile and enjoy it.”
Thank you so much!
Organic Seeds says
Thank You For Sharing Valuable Information. Really This Was Very Informative Article.
Matt Storace says
Hope it works out for me because I’m so restless when it comes to studying