hi guys! it’s been a while since I posted something. these are some biology notes on DNA structure and replication, and God does it get complicated with the lagging strand. (we really don’t like the lagging strand) ((again, excuse ugly set up. I can’t make it pretty))
First day; 2nd year @WSU. Aside from the killer headache I got from this heat and all of this homework I already have, I think the rest of the day has been pretty descent. ☺️🎀 #me #cute #wsu #school #college #headaches #homework #getitgirl
How to make you keep motivated to study :
1. Put your table near the window. so, you can feel the fresh air and no need to use lamp when you study in the morning
2. Just put important things in your table! note it! so youre not bothered
3. Put carpet on the floor. Because, sometimes we feel tires to sit in the chair but we still want to study, so a carpet will help you to relax your body while you keep study
4. Give some motivation quotes or picture in your room, so you can keep motivated!
5. Keep your room tidy and clean so you can feel comfortable there
I hope some tips can help you!😊
Ps : Those picture i took from pinterest💙
little things you can do to make your study sessions more effective
Find a positive environment that isn’t too loud or crowded, whether it’s your school’s library, a local coffee shop, or your kitchen table. All that really matters is that it’s a place where you feel comfortable and are able to concentrate. Switch up the location every now and then to help yourself stay focused.
If you can, avoid studying in your bedroom. Some psychologists think that doing work on or near your bed can contribute to insomnia, because your brain starts associating that area with work and work-related stress. Your bedroom should be reserved for rest and relaxation.
Listen to instrumental music while you study. Research has shown that listening to soft music without lyrics increases brain function and helps you retain what you’ve learned.
If instrumental music isn’t your thing, then try playing some soothing white noise in the background while you work. My personal favorite is Rainy Mood, which is a free website that plays soothing thunderstorm noises.
Avoid distractions. Turn off your TV, close all the tabs on your laptop that aren’t school-related, keep your phone in your bag or charging in the next room (as long as it’s out of sight), and try to get rid of anything else that might draw your attention away from your work.
Don’t try to work on an empty stomach! Start your study session with a light snack that isn’t super sugary, like fresh fruit and yogurt or cheese and crackers.
Make a cup of your favorite tea and have it sitting next to you while you work.
If you ever have to choose between getting a good night’s sleep and staying up late to study, always choose sleep. If you’re sleep deprived, your academic performance will suffer, no matter how much you’ve studied.
Take good notes in class, and read over them every night. Even if you don’t think you need to take notes, seeing yourself write down important information will help you remember that info in the future.
Take frequent breaks, especially if you’re going to be studying for more than an hour or two. Set a timer to remind you to get up, walk around, do some stretches, and/or drink some water every thirty minutes or so.
If you have trouble staying motivated, try setting rewards for yourself when you finish assignments or meet your study goals. Saying things like, “If I finish all of my homework by seven, I’ll have time to watch my favorite movie before bed,” or “After I finish this essay, I’ll go get ice cream,” will give you a reason to finish your work. Just make sure that you don’t give yourself the reward until you’ve met the goal that went with it.
Another way you can stay motivated is to get someone else to help you. Ask one of your friends to study with you. (Just make sure it’s a friend who is able to stay focused on actual studying, instead of just hanging out with your textbooks open in front of you.) Schedule study dates once or twice a week where you can compare notes, quiz each other, and talk about class.
It’s okay to take a mental health day every now and then. Your grades are not more important than your happiness, and if you need to step back and take a break sometimes, that’s okay. On the other hand, if you find yourself taking mental health days often, or if your mental/emotional state is affecting your grades, it might be time to look for professional help. You shouldn’t let school ruin your mental health, but you also shouldn’t let your mental health ruin your life.
didn’t go to school today (because I was going to be late and I freaked out a little, which never happens?¿). did some chemistry because of my test tomorrow while filming time-lapses for my videos. new glasses + current read also in the picture!! oh and my fav mildliners too.
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