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Tips for Studying by Jogailė

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5 tips to study better!

We all need some boosters to boost that energy to study and boost those grades up, right? So I’m bringing you these five tips for studying, and I hope they will help you!

    Now this might sound really boring and heard a hundred times, but studies shown, that it is the best time to study and you memorize everything easier, because then the brain is most awake.
    Who needs a boost for a language subject, download this app and try learning any language you want, it’s free, and effective!
    This is really helpful. Just type in YouTube “Concentration or study music” and it will really make you concentrate and put those concepts or whatever you need – in your head.
    It is a website (maybe also an app) mainly for math. If you can ask a math question, they will be explained right away! And not only they can help you, you can help others to answer a math problem.
    Quizlet is a free website providing learning tools including flashcards – (which you can create yourself in there), study and game modes, I recommend you this one!

So, I hope you will try any of these, and please comment down below the experience! Thanks for reading, and I’ll see you next time! 

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  1. Kobra 11 February 8, 2016

    very good tips!!!

  2. Aleksandras Melnik January 21, 2016

    Thanks Jogailė,the tips are great. I have actually tried , in one way or the other, everything before, and I can say the apps are amazing, especially duolingo, I think this app may be the future of language learning, so I’m glad you mentioned it. But I have to say that not all music helps, because it can be very distracting, so you have to find what works for you best. I personally enjoy classical or sometimes jazz while I’m working, it does help me to concentrate.
    By the way a great way to find music for working – is listening to the radio. I love it because you don’t have to worry about changing the music while you work. Thanks again for the article.

  3. kolba November 19, 2015

    I love jogaile’s articles! She always says interesting things

  4. Pipiras November 15, 2015

    pffff plenty:DDD but overal the tips are reasonable thanks for reminding about duolingo 😎

  5. Pipiras November 15, 2015

    ya ya we all know what those activities are:P

  6. Ugne November 14, 2015

    thanks for the tips! I always listen to music while learning it helps a lot, I noticed that energetic music drives me and concentration improves plus memory games sometimes help as well as eating snacks with coffee:))

    • Jonas November 15, 2015

      I totally agry with Ugne????…music helps to study a lot … As well as to do plenty of other activieties…

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