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I’ve been trying to study all day, and I feel I’ve done NOTHING! All week I have been swamped with work to do for my three University subjects and as the week went on, I just got more. So on Tuesday, I missed my club and sat down and did a huge chunk of my work, but wednesday and thursday I did only one thing and yesterday I was so tired, I did no work. Today, I keep gettin distracted and can’t focus! I have to do this work and I can’t believe how fast the day has gone. Does anyone have any good studying / working tips to focus and get work done? I have so much, I look at it and just have no motivation. My mates say since I’m a first year, I shouldn’t have so much work to do, help!

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  • Suite-Pee says:

    I’d reccommend working in small chunks, like work for an hour, take a ten munite break, then work for another hour, and continue like that. That way you get alot of work done because you’re getting breaks so your brain can focus.

    January 7, 2012 at 11:28 am
  • PENNY M says:

    Calm down and little and often!Do 40 Min’s and then take a brake, then do another 40 Min’s. Th e average concentration span for us mortals is about 40 Min’s. And its sods law as regarding the amount of home work one gets so prioritise your home work into whats due in first order.

    January 7, 2012 at 11:33 am
  • john538659 says:

    Obviously your mates do not go to Uni.
    Try to split your study up in bite size chunks.Say 20 mins a time. Do this in a quiet room and try not to day dream or think about what your mates are doing.
    Remember it is your future not theirs.

    January 7, 2012 at 12:32 pm
  • Gemini says:

    I agree… work in small increments like a for an hour or two. always give yourself a break in between studying so you won’t feel so overwhelmed with studying.

    good luck

    January 7, 2012 at 1:02 pm
  • Tyrus says:

    When you study, put out only the books and notes relevant to one subject and don’t think about the other subjects. Go through each chapter in order you were asked to do. One by one. When you need to clear your head, try taking a walk for an hour, ride a bike or a short run. Then go back to studying. You should be fine. Then you should be able to tackle your other subjects.

    I would beg to differ with your classmates, the first year makes no difference regarding the time you need to study. Universities put units on their courses for a reason…A 3 unit 100 level course should take as much studying as a 3 unit 200 level course.

    Also, what I think is a good habit that helps is do all your studying at the university library. Do not leave until you have completed your studying necessary. Try to complete them as early as possible during the day-allowing for breaks of course.

    That way, when you get back home or to where you sleep and relax, you can watch TV and have fun for the rest of the evening. It’s funny the reaction it gets from people. Because, your friends will always see you having fun and never studying and always ask, how do you get such good grades-I never see you studying?

    Do not mix the place where you relax and play with where you study. That way, you will not have worry about distraction and really enjoy our studying.

    Studying is actually very fun and enjoyable once you get rolling. If necessary first set small goals like completing the studies for chapter 1 or pages of the chapter.

    No need to force it. Most of studying in school is memorizing or calculating. If you are studying Physics, Chemistry or Calculus, you may need the help of visiting hours with you instructors-but make sure you regularly meet with your instructors to have them help answer any questions you have in understanding the subject matter-after you have tried reading through it.

    When studying, I also underline the parts that I feel are important. That way when I review before the test I see the important ones that stick out

    January 7, 2012 at 1:32 pm
  • honeybea says:

    You are probably taking on to much and are burning out. I took a full load for 5.5 years at night. also worked 60+hr. week. I think it’s better to take a little longer than try to kill yourself the first year. You need to have some fun in life also, as you go along.

    January 7, 2012 at 2:27 pm

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