How can you be motivated to study?

 How can you be motivated to study? Is it hard for you to find the inspiration to read?

Let's face it ... 

It's very easy to watch just one movie or browse your social media feed just once. However, your tests come quickly.

 You have a lot of fear, but you don't know where to start. The more nervous you are, the harder it is to get to work. If so, keep reading.


In this article, I will highlight 10 proven strategies used by successful students to encourage themselves to learn.


1. Find out why you put things off

Postponing your homework is a complex problem that can have many different causes.

Here are some of the most common:

You have convinced yourself that your homework is beyond your ability.

Postponing schoolwork is a way to rebel against your parents or teachers

You found the article boring

Waiting for the "right" time to start

The work is so big that you don't know where to start

Understanding why you are procrastinating is an important first step in finding inspiration.

Spend some time thinking about what makes you procrastinate. This will help you to identify which of the following ideas will most help you.


2. Divide the equipment into buttocks.

The biggest source of procrastination that still has to be seen is huge.

That's when you need to "cut it down". Divide each activity into smaller pieces.

Assign a certain number of those particles daily. Suddenly, you are no longer facing a daunting task, but rather a collection of manageable pieces.

The chunk may read three pages of your textbook, complete five multiple choice questions, or find three online reference articles for your paper.


3. Reward yourself

Every time you finish a few clips, reward yourself with a short break.

It could be five minutes on your favorite smartphone game, a short walk, or playing the guitar.

Profiting from short and fun breaks is an important part of the “downsizing” process.


4. Establish a routine of study

We are ordinary creatures. When it is difficult for you to find inspiration to read, you can set this principle for you.

 Habits have such a powerful effect that once you have developed a learning process, you will find it difficult to enter relaxation mode without learning.

How should you go about creating a learning process?

The first thing you need to do is set up a study plan. Be aware, however, that habits are not built quickly.

Studies show that it usually takes 20 to 30 days to develop the habit. So you will need to install some work before this process can pay off.

 One of the best ways to be motivated by research is to be clear about why you want to get good grades.


5. Make a list of reasons you want to do well in the lessons.

I want to learn more and improve myself

I would love to get into college or a good program

I want to have a meaningful career

I want to support my family and my parents in the future

I want to know if I shot it too hard

I want to stay without regrets


Write down your list of reasons for studying hard, and then put it on your study table.

Then, when you feel down, read another list.


6. Use the mind map to fill in the details.

If you are like most people, you may have been taught to use a list to summarize details.

Therefore, it may seem natural to use a list to summarize the information you are reading. But there are times when mind maps are much more powerful than lists as a way to organize information. Because mind maps mimic the way the brain works. When you make a mind map, you make a map of how your brain has processed a particular topic. This makes it easier to find the handle on the article.

 It will also make it easier for you to get the information you need. You can make a mind map with pen and paper. But if you would like to do it on your phone, tablet or computer, you can use a program like SimpleMind.


7. Make the topic "boring" interesting

If you find it difficult to study because the title is "dull", ask yourself:"

Is this article really stupid, or does it look that way because I closed my mind on it?"

As G. Chesterton once said: "There are no dull subjects, only unpleasant minds."

If you believe the lesson is boring, try engaging in that topic by asking yourself some questions.

When was this idea or idea developed?

Who invented it?

What problem did it solve?

How would the world be different today if it were not for this approach or theory?

If you ask the right questions, you can make any lesson interesting.

 

8. Know the topic, don't just memorize it

Know the topic - One of the secrets to success in studying is to create an understanding of the topic rather than simply memorizing facts. In some cases, memorization may be needed. But, in general, the time spent in college, you are expected to better understand the relationships and connections between different concepts.

 This will require you to apply the terms in a given set of facts, or to draw conclusions with a specific set of facts. Understanding the subject is more beneficial than memorizing it. So this learning process is not only successful - it will keep you motivated.

9. Look for gaps in your understanding

Try to give a brief introduction to the topic to a friend or relative. You can do it in an organized way, or you can simply talk to them about the topic.By doing this, you will deepen your knowledge. But you will soon see if there are any gaps in your understanding of the topic.

As Albert Einstein once said, "If you can't easily explain it, you don't really understand it."


10. Study short bursts

Research shows that we read better when we read briefly. It’s called “separate learning”, and the implication of that is that reading involves the building of memories.

 Memory is made by communication between neurons.

Thanks for reading ❤️❤️❤️ 

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