Top 10 genius study hacks to save time

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If you are in high school, college, or any other level of education, you might be looking for ways to study smarter and maximize your efficiency. Creating and applying various study hacks can elevate your learning experience and help you stay on track while creating a better educational routine.

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This blog post will provide you not only with the best study hacks, but also save your time and offer a little motivation to your appetite. I curated these ideas as an answer to my students who were having difficulty in going through their PDF of NCERT Physics Class 11.

1. Use your roommate’s study space

All the studying in the world won’t help you if you’re not doing it in an appropriate place. If your roommate is in the middle of a major cram session and asks that you keep it down or get out, it’s time to beat them at their own game. Locate their study spot and use it as your own. When they show up to ask what the heck you’re doing, play dumb. Of course, you’re studying there, where else would you be?

2. Use a timer

Using a timer effectively can save you a lot of time while studying. It’s much easier to study a long list of information from the NCERT 11 physics book when you know the exact amount of time you have to spend on each task. Using an alarm clock or a timer that counts down is the best way for you to successfully study. Make sure the timer or alarm gives you plenty of time at 24 hours, so you don’t finish your study section before it rings.

3. Use a dictionary

I like to do my best work in my room quietly with no interruptions whatsoever. Sometimes, that’s easier said than done. The solution? A dictionary. Keep it on hand as you study so you can look up words and definitions as you go along. It will prevent you from getting bogged down by looking up the same word over and over again in the library or computer lab.

4. Handwrite notes

Handwriting notes is much more effective than typing them on a keyboard because when you write something, it’s more likely to be remembered and recalled later on.

5. Use always-on Dictaphone

People often say that ‘small things can make a big difference,’ which is true. I found a Dictaphone at the dollar store and it came in very handy. I could go back to it whenever I got stuck, practice what I just learned, or just review. It was a godsend.

6. Use striped paper

I’m not sure about you, but I find it much easier to take notes on a piece of paper that’s been stripped down to the lines. The whole idea is to make information accessible and easy to recall. By doing this, you can focus on what’s important and quickly understand your notes.

7. Build an automatic study system

If you’re looking for some motivation, take a good look at the picture below. As you can see, this is the very first study system I created. The idea is simple: you create a set of folders on your computer and then dump your study materials into them. If you choose wisely (and research thoroughly), everything will be ready for you to take and review at the same time.

8. Utilise sticky notes

I always keep a few sticky notes on my desk. I use them to put things up on the wall (usually in poster form), but there are other reasons to keep them by you, too. For example, I keep a pocket full of these little guys for when I get stuck in front of my laptop for hours at a time.

9. Make exam buddies

Exam buddies can be friends or family members. These people can help you review, answer questions, and provide motivation. They’re also there to make sure you don’t cram the night before your exam.

10. Be self-disciplined

If you’re anything like me, self-discipline is one of your biggest obstacles. When I’m in front of a computer screen or a page full of notes, I tend to get sucked in and start reading or writing for hours on end. The trick is to pretend that you have an exam the next day. You have to set a time limit for yourself and stick to it, no matter how long it takes. Self-discipline and organization serves us well in our life as well as our studies, Don’t forget to take out proper insurance and partner with a motorcycle accident attorney or other services that are relevant to your lifestyle and your living situation.

Conclusion

Those were 10 genius study hacks you can use to save time when studying. Hope you got some good knowledge and inspiration from this article and will apply the same.

Laiba Nayab
Laiba Nayab

Part of the editorial team at LAFFAZ. Laiba embraces a keen interest in reading and writing about lifestyle, culture, and beauty topics; and keeps track of social media and the fashion industry.

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