The Tutoring Center, Broken Arrow OK



Tips to Help You Study

The end of the year usually coincides with exams. Before you have a chance to start stressing out, learn some new study tricks and tips that will help you be as prepared as possible. The Tutoring Center in Broken Arrow has some suggestions to help you start preparing.

Choose a Study Place

The area where you choose to study can greatly influence the effectiveness of your revision. Remember that just because a space works well for one person, it doesn't mean its the best for you. Choose a space that works well for you. Usually, the best study spaces are quiet, free from distractions and comfortable. Choose a study time carefully as well. You should take care of revising during hours where you feel alert and awake.

Avoid Cramming

Cramming is an all too common study strategy, but it tends to be an ineffective one as well. To avoid cramming, plan ahead. Create a study schedule that you can follow in the weeks leading up to your exams. Instead of waiting to revise your material the last couple days before your exams, spread out your study time and study a little bit each day. This will not only help you prepare for your exams better, it will also reduce your test taking anxiety and stress.

Take Study Breaks

Studying for long hours can cause fatigue, frustration and decreased motivation. To avoid these issues, create time for study breaks. Allow yourself time to take a walk, spend some time with your family or take a nap. Taking a break from the books will help keep you motivated and will make retaining information easier.

Tutoring in Broken Arrow

The Tutoring Center in Broken Arrow can help your child prepare for exams. Our one-to-one tutoring helps ensure your child gets the attention they need. Check out our academic programs in reading, writing, math and test preparation. Contact us at (918) 455- 3276 for more information or to schedule your free consultation.


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