how to make studies interesting
Ever noticed how as soon as you leave your desk and move somewhere, a fresh idea seems to pop up? Instead of forcing your body (and brain) to stay still for too long, try revising/thinking on the move more often, to stimulate more of these kind of mobility-prompted insights. Dance around your room, take completely unnecessary walks across the library, take your notes for a stroll in the park – just don’t let your body or mind stay still for too long!
…or pictures of kittens at least! Writtenkitten.co presents you with a cute picture of a kitten (or puppy or bunny if you prefer) after every 100 words you type (ramp it up to 200/500/1000 words if you want to stretch yourself) – a little visual reward to keep you plugging away at that essay! (Discover more fun and useful apps for students here.)
Listen to our latest podcast episode:
My book “10 Steps to Earning Awesome Grades” is completely free, so check it out if you’re interested in improving your grades!
Make a questionnaire about the important topics in your subject and try to find the answers. Try to make it short and sweet. When you start asking relevant questions you enjoy finding answers which in turn spices up the learning process. This also helps you for future reference in a quickest possible way.
Remember that subject which drove you crazy and you barely even got the pass marks? What if you have to study it again because of your work demands? Isn’t it a nightmare?
3. Reward yourself
7. Take healthy breaks
Thank you for sharing your concern with us. We are all eawsiy bored of studying daily and it does become monotonous. You’re not alone! However, studying can be made fun and interesting if you try to do some of the following.
Expert Teentalk India