If you're reading this, you probably should be learning right now. You have the talent, ambition, and long term-drive to succeed. But your short-term motivation to actually sit down and start studying is nowhere to be found. Here's how to motivate yourself to get off the couch, start learning more, and accomplishing your goals.
Scrolling through the app store in search of a study app can be overwhelming to say the least. There are dozens of options, and many of them look functional and helpful. But how do you know which one’s right for you? How do you choose one that can help you ace your test and achieve your career goals?
Fortunately, today’s students have a wide range of technology that can make studying more enjoyable and more effective. Study apps help students with memory recall through digital flashcards, to-do lists, quizzes, step-by-step learning, and more.
Whether you’re a high school student needing help with science or a college student in search of better math study tips, study apps can help you study more effectively.
Imagine it’s test day. Though you’ve known about it for weeks, it wasn’t until the last two days you really buckled down to study. Despite four hours spent cramming in your room last night, you are suddenly drawing a blank. The panic creeps in as you realize you aren’t ready. What went wrong with your study skills? And how can you brush up on those study skills to make sure this never happens again?
Knowing how to study isn't something that comes naturally to everyone. Even students who tend to do well in school might struggle at memorizing a list of dates or a sequence of equations. The good news is you can build effective study skills over time.
By mindfully working on your study skills and recognizing which techniques work best for you, you can build study habits that will serve you well through high school, college, and beyond.