Prepare your study time and place
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While each individual has their own personal learning style and preferences there a few suggestions we might make in order to improve your study time.

Is my Study Place available to me whenever I need it:
Your Study Place does you little good if you cannot use it when you need it. If you are using a Study Place that you must share with others for any reason, work out a schedule so that you know when you can use it.
Is my Study Place free from interruptions
It is important to have uninterrupted study time. You may have to hang a DO NOT DISTURB sign on the door or take the phone off the hook.
Is my Study Place free from distractions
Research shows that most students study best in a quiet environment. If you find that playing a stereo or TV improves your mood, keep the volume low.

Create a Routine.
Assign yourself a specific place to study and set a regular time to study each day. Some people like to study in the library. Others find the library very distracting. Some people like to study outside. Other find studying outside difficult because they are tempted get up and "smell the roses". I like studying in my room but my friend hates studying in his room because he is always tempted to play video games. There is no perfect study place for everyone -- but there is a perfect study place for you. Your goal is to find it. It may sound a little bit tedious but creating a set study routine will also improve your ability to study effectively. Studying at the same time each day or each week in your study place of choice will ensure that you develop a habit of studying and studying effectively.

Does my Study Place contain all the study materials I need

Be sure your Study Place includes reference sources and supplies such as pens and pencils, paper, ruler, calculator, and whatever else you might need. If you use a computer for your schoolwork, it should be in your Study Place.

Does my Study Space contain a large enough desk or table
While working on an assignment or studying for a test, use a desk or table that is large enough to hold everything you need. Allow enough room for writing and try to avoid clutter.
Does my Study Place have enough storage space
You need enough room to store your study materials. Be sure you have enough storage space to allow you to keep your desktop or other work surface clear of unnecessary materials that can get in the way.
Does my Study Place have a comfortable chair
A chair that is not comfortable can cause discomfort or pain that will interfere with your studying. A chair that is too comfortable might make you sleepy. Select a chair in which you can sit for long periods while maintaining your attention.

 Does my Study Place have enough light

The amount of light you need depends on what you are doing. The important thing is that you can clearly see what you need to see without any strain or discomfort.
Does my Study Place have a comfortable temperature
If your Study Place is too warm, you might become sleepy. If it is too cold, your thinking may slow down and become unclear. Select a temperature at which your mind and body function best.