How to Study Effectively without Distractions


Excelling in academics is what every student dreams of, but very few people are able to achieve it. The reason is not always lack of interest; it can be lack of a proper environment where a student can focus on his subjects. Under the leadership of Arvind Jyot Sabahney, Teami School of New presents effective ways to ace in academics:

Make a time-table

The first thing you should do, is create a schedule for the studies. Divide all your subjects equally for the day. Make sure you add breaks and recreational periods. This way, you’ll be pumped mentally and physically for tests.

Find the right spot

A commotion-free place is needed to concentrate on your lessons. This means a place near television or a radio is big no-no. If you live in a noisy environment, it is better to find a library. Arranging a study, full of aesthetics to allure the mind to study is a good idea too.

Turn off your mobile

A smart phone can be a bane to your concentration. Every time you pay attention to a chapter, the message ping is bound to disrupt you focus.

Prioritize everything

Based on the CEO and Worker Bee model, make two to-do lists that serialize your lessons. The first list plans your lessons. The second list applies that agenda. Additionally, you’re better off creating a not-to-do list that keeps a tab on the time wasting activities, such as texting on phones or playing video games.

Keep note-making traditional

Instead of using technology to make notes, use the traditional pen and paper. That way you’ll write fast and won’t be distracted from supporting elements in a word processor.

Self control is important

You should learn when to say “no”. There are a lot of tempting activities out there that will make you reconsider your planned schedule. You need to understand that these temporary attractions will only make you stray from your goal. Meditate on this fact and you’ll feel a lot wiser.


Best of luck for your studies!


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