Study Skills

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Snow College is full of new freshmen and plenty of upperclassmen. Having upperclassmen at a college can help freshmen find their feet, guiding them and showing them the ropes. Study tips can be most beneficial because most freshmen don’t know what is best when it comes to studying for tests and finals. Found in the article 25 Scientifically Proven Tips For More Effective Studying it said “There’s a delicate balance when it comes to the best study spot: You need a place that’s comfortable without being so relaxing that you end up falling asleep.” Jens Blades, a sophomore at Snow College, said “Find a quiet place, no distractions, try to avoid your phone, don’t study in your room. Try to go to a building with some noise, I personally go to the library at night.” 

It is important to understand, studying habits are different for everyone, what one person does might not work for others. Taegen Ore, a student body officer at snow college, said “Make lists, the one thing I would say if anything make a list, you get the dopamine after finishing something on the list. Set a limit to your studying, don’t overwork yourself.” And when asked what doesn’t work for studying habits Taegen said “You don’t have to have a study group, everyone has different ways to study.” While Blades said “Study groups can actually be a really good thing, depending on who you are grouped with. Study groups can/are really helpful if you study with the right people.” 

So from what has been said studying skills are different for everyone, knowing this, pick a study skill for yourself and make this year a great one.

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