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6 Magical Tips to Study for CSS Exams | by: Dr Hina Sikander (CSS Officer)

6 Magical Tips to Study for CSS Exams | by: Dr Hina Sikander (CSS Officer)
Dr. Hina Sikander

Since majority of my audience here is students, and quite a few came up to me asking for the effective Study Tips. I have jotted down the 6 Study tips here, the ones I practice myself, I hope it helps you!

1. Find your best/effective time for studying.

6 Magical Tips to Study for CSS Exams | by: Dr Hina Sikander (CSS Officer)

Some people are early birds, some are night owls; some prefer to study with a friend, others need complete and total silence. Experiment to find what’s most effective for you, and then stick with it!

I prefer studying alone, myself. I always found late night study sessions beneficial until I experimented with the early morning ones. Starting day with 4-5am always gave me more productive days with an excessive quantity of hours stretching ahead to be utilised. Try it sometime!

2. Set up your study space!

6 Magical Tips to Study for CSS Exams | by: Dr Hina Sikander (CSS Officer)

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And make sure it is not your bed! Be it your study table, or just sitting on the ground by your bed, define it. Lying on bed while studying makes you lazy and sleepy.

Keep a table clock in front of you for you to keep a track of time while studying.

Moreover, keep a water bottle aside. Drink whenever you see it, hydration is important!

3. Whenever you feel exhaustive, TAKE BREAKS!

6 Magical Tips to Study for CSS Exams | by: Dr Hina Sikander (CSS Officer)

Now taking break doesn’t mean you sit on the same spot using your phone; this kind of break isn’t going to refresh you.

Take a Physical break

Get out of your study space. Go to the other room, maybe the garden.

You need to check your phone? Sure. Do it, but in another setting.

Walk a while! A little physical activity breaks regains focus and helps you resume afresh. ———————

4. GIVE YOURSELF SMALL DEADLINES!

6 Magical Tips to Study for CSS Exams | by: Dr Hina Sikander (CSS Officer)

Scheduling/ making a time table is very important. Now it doesn’t necessarily mean you have to write down when to eat, walk, sleep and study but what is the main concept is to know how much work needs to be done.

Don’t make vague goals like finish “History in 4 days”. Break it into smaller goals like how many hours you need to give to a specific chapter and which part of the day.

This way, you can reset yourself after every few hours with a new motivation.

Moreover, paste that schedule in front of you; somewhere you can see it every now and then.

5. EYES ON YOUR FAVOURITE INSPIRATIONAL QUOTE!

6 Magical Tips to Study for CSS Exams | by: Dr Hina Sikander (CSS Officer)

This works wonders for me. I always paste a sticky note to the wall in front of my desk with a quote which reminds me how important this goal is for me.

E.g during CSS preparation I had following words written:

“The only thing who can stop you from success is YOUR OWN SELF”

Every time I looked it this, I rejected my procrastination.

6. READ ALOUD WHAT YOU ARE READING!

6 Magical Tips to Study for CSS Exams | by: Dr Hina Sikander (CSS Officer)

Any kind of studying needs reading a lot of material. One of the most prevalent problems that students encounter is LOSING CONCENTRATION/FOCUS. Research says that reading aloud helps maintain your focus, assists to ward off sleep as well.

Just a fun tip, when my reading material used to get boring, I used to read it aloud in different accents which made it funny and easier to remember.


Moreover, I plan on continuing this series of study tips, so stay tuned.

And if you have any of these similar tips, or you want me to talk about a specific problem that you encounter while studying, let’s discuss it in the comments and I shall talk about it.

Did these general study tips help you

  • Do you practice these?
  • Which words motivate you?
  • Do you maintain a time table?
  • What do you do when reading gets boring?

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