Were you hoping to get an A for your last exam?
Maybe you got a B, or maybe you did worse than that.
It’s annoying, isn’t it…
You put in all those hours of studying. You even gave up time with your friends.
So what if I could show you a way to work smarter and not harder, so you get good grades and have time for the things you enjoy and find meaningful?
Even better, what if I could guarantee it?
Well, I can.
All you have to do is adopt these 22 study habits.
(Throughout my career as a student I got straight A’s, so I can promise you that these habits work.)
Want to get the grades you’ve always wanted while also leading a balanced life?
Then let’s get started.
Habit #1: Create a weekly schedule
When you schedule time for a particular task like studying, you’re saying to yourself, “I’m going to focus on studying at this time, on this date, and it’s going to take this number of hours.”
Once it’s down in writing, it becomes a reality and you’re more likely to stick to it.
This might sound weird, but it’s true.
Do this in your calendar, in a spreadsheet, or download a template – whatever works best for you. [Read more…]