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An Easy Guide to Studying Effectively

Let’s face it. None of us enjoy studying. In fact, on our list of things that we would rather be spending our time on, washing the dishes is probably well above this boring task. But, studying is a necessary part of life, especially in Singapore, and we all must do it in order to achieve the dreams that are locked safely away in our minds for the time being.

Tip #1 – Take Breaks

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Everyone gets burnt out if they study for too long. Break up your study periods into smaller, more manageable sessions instead. This will help you the regain the energy that your mind needs to make the study session a success. It will also help you to retain the information better as well.

You should also have certain goals that you are looking to meet when you are studying. Goals can help you to keep your focus and to know if you are progressing as you should. You should never just sit down to study without a plan. Make sure that you are clear as to what you are trying to accomplish.

Tip #2 – Plan your Study Times

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Having a dedicated time that you plan to study can be very beneficial as well. Remember, this can also be the time that you spend doing your homework, having private tuition, or completing an assignment as well. It doesn’t necessarily have to be the time your spend preparing for a test. All forms of studying are important and they all help you to remember important things that will be crucial to your success in your class.

You should also be consistent with the times that you decide to study. Keep them the same from one day to the next. This will help prevent you from finding better things to do during your designated study schedule.

Tip #3 – Study the Hard Stuff First

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Difficult assignments or subjects will require the most effort and you should focus on them first. They will make more sense when your mind is fully awake and you have not spent time studying on anything else yet.

You should also begin your study session by reviewing the notes that you take in class. (Yes, you should take notes.) Going back over what your teacher told you can be helpful when you are studying something that is confusing.

Tip #4 – Turn off the Phone

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Your friends are a big part of your life, but when it is time to study, you need to focus. Help yourself to stay focused by telling your friends not to call, text, or send you a send you funny Facebook messages during your study time.

If you prefer not informing your friends of your study habits, you can make it simply by turning off your phone until after you have finished studying. Whatever is going on with your friend can wait until you are finished.

Tip #5 – Use the Weekend to Review

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If you really want to stay ahead, you should spend a little bit of time reviewing what you learned for the week. While this may not sound like the best way to spend your free time, it may actually create more free time in the future because you will understand the subject better and not need to study as much in the future.


Studying is important to your success in school. By having a solid plan, you will be able to make the most of your study sessions and will be able to master any subject that has been put in front of you.

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Rum Tan

Rum Tan is the founder of SmileTutor and he believes that every child deserves a smile. Motivated by this belief and passion, he works hard day & night with his team to maintain the most trustworthy source of home tutors in Singapore. In his free time, he writes articles hoping to educate, enlighten, and empower parents, students, and tutors. You may try out his free home tutoring services via or by calling 6266 4475 directly today.