Top School Study Tips


Yes I know! I am so late for the back to school train but I am going to post this anyway as this has been on my blog post to do list since I have started blogging. I pray that this post will able to help some of you to get better grades or even just motivate you.

Whether you’re headed back to college, high school, middle school, or elementary school, the back-to-school season is in full-swing! Doesn’t matter if it is online or normal school. To help ensure that students start the school year off on the right foot I would like to share my tips and expertise with studying and getting good grades.

Studying is about finding a right balance between concentration, understanding, retention, and rest. And, just like any task that taxes your energy—be it physical or mental—it is often just as difficult to get started as it is to engage in the task itself.

But don’t despair! Whether you need to study for just one test, or want to learn how to study over the long haul and retain a whole term’s worth of information, we’ve got you covered.And, once you’ve mastered these study techniques, we’ll also show you how to prepare yourself for test day so you can do your very best when the chips are down. So let’s get to it!

So for today’s post I am going to share with all of you my favourite study tips. Some of these are really useful and others for astetic reasons. I hope you enjoy today’s post. Have you used any of these tips? Are you interested in trying any of these? And What is your favorite school study tip?

Tip#1 Make Cute Notes

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I get it this is such a cliche for studying but I personally find this the most helpful one. I love going on Pinterest and finding inspiration on study notes it really helps me to get motivated and do my own notes. And when you need the notes for a test you are studying for they are easier to look back on as they look good I like to draw pictures and highlight key words. I actually have a VSCO if you want to check it out I have study notes posted there and bible study notes.

Tip #2 Avoid distractions in your study space

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If your study space includes a TV and radio, it’s probably not the best place for you to study. Your study space should be used for studying and working only. Choose a space that doesn’t have a lot of tempting distractions available. Best keep your desk for example clean and online with books, notes whatever else is needed to keep you motivated to stay of track and not to wander off in your own thoughts.

Tip #3 Make Flashcard

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Flashcards are an incredibly versatile study tool. While many students think of using them for simple facts, they can be used for complex processes throughout one’s academic career. “Flashcards give your brain a very quick way to check if you got the answer correct. Grading your own work is an act of self-reflection which deepens memory,”


Tip #4 Make a schedule

Scheduling is the art of planning your activities so that you can achieve your goals and priorities in the time you have available. When it’s done effectively, it helps you: Understand what you can realistically achieve with your time. Make sure you have enough time for essential tasks.

Tip #5 Reward yourself

Rewarding yourself after a job well done is the best way to actually build and retain good habits. Studying is no different. Therefore, when you successfully study, it is very important that you reward yourself appropriately.In addition to that, promising yourself rewards is a great way to persuade yourself to get started. You can schedule your rewards by time (e.g. 1 candy every hour of studying),

So that’s it those are my favorite study tip! Comment down below what type of post you would like to see next. Do you have any other tips to share?

Just an Average Teenage Girl Trying to get through life xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx


Hi and welcome! I'm just a teenage girl and I enjoy baking, running, scouts and spending time with my friends I was born and raised in Vanves, Paris France. I moved to Ireland in 2015.

3 thoughts on “Top School Study Tips

  1. I always did my homework as soon as I got home. Everything was still fresh and easier to get done. This habit from high school carried over into college and helped then, too. Loved all of your tips totally agree with them!

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