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How can you focus 100% on studying?

Many of my friends who struggle with lack of concentration share a common problem: they can’t resist the invasion of fragmented thoughts!

Like me, when I’m studying vocabulary, suddenly I’ll remember a new games I just bought. I’ve only flipped a few pages of my book and already feel thirsty and hungry. It’s like my mind is everywhere except on studying!

But don’t worry, I’ve got some really effective methods to improve concentration:

How you can focus on just studying?

Deliberate Focus Exercises

Before studying, set a small goal for yourself, like focusing for 10 minutes without distractions. If your mind wanders, dismiss those thoughts immediately! Gradually extend this to 20 minutes, 35 minutes. You’ll find your mental resilience and study efficiency increasing.

Avoid Distractions

Stay away from things that distract you, like your phone. Don’t check it first thing in the morning or keep it in sight while studying. Study in quiet places like libraries or study rooms for better results!

Block Unnecessary Information

Avoid watching random videos or participating in irrelevant group chats. Uninstall unnecessary apps from your phone. This way, your mind will be clearer and you’ll have more time at your disposal.

Set Goals and Make Plans

Start with yearly goals, then break them down into monthly and daily plans. Print out what you need to do each day and put it where you’ll see it often. Celebrate every small step and achievement!

Focus on Major Goals

List your top three goals and concentrate on achieving one at a time. For instance, set a goal to memorise a specific list of high-frequency words from 8 to 9 AM, and devote yourself completely to accomplishing it!

Try Minimalism

Use fewer distracting stationery items. When you immerse yourself completely in your goals, you’ll find the whole world making way for you!

Remember to Rest Appropriately

Both your body and mind need relaxation. If your brain feels overwhelmed, don’t force yourself to study. Take a walk or do something you enjoy. Recharge while you expend energy!

Don’t rush to grab your phone after waking up, shut down unnecessary information sources, break big goals into daily plans, allow yourself to make mistakes, and make progress by completing one small task each day. Just do it when you think about it, and don’t procrastinate!

We hope these methods can help you. Let us know what you think in the comment!

Author: Sim K


Sim K


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