seven habits of successful students, created by: victor jose rosas benigno…
seven habits of successful students
They start studying at scheduled times.
You may delay your study start time because you don't like an assignment or think it is too difficult. The delay in starting the study is called "procrastinating." If you procrastinate for any reason, you will find it difficult to get things done when you need to.
They try not to study too much each time.
If you try to study too much each time, you will get tired and your study will not be very effective. Spread the work you have to do in short periods. If you take short breaks, you can restore your mental energy.
They try to study at the same times each day.
By studying at the same times each day, you will establish a routine that becomes a regular part of your life, like eating or sleeping. When the day's scheduled study time arrives, you will be mentally ready to begin studying.
Specific goals are set for their study schedules.
Goals help you stay focused and monitor your progress. Just sitting to study has little value. You should be very clear about what you want to accomplish during your study hours.
They review their school work on the weekend.
Yes, the weekends should be a time to have fun. But there is also time to review something. This will help you get ready to start Monday morning when another school week begins.
They plan specific times for the study.
Study time is any time that you do something related to school work. It can be completing assigned readings, working on an assignment or project, or studying for a test. Schedule specific times throughout the week for your study time.
They call another student when they are having difficulty with an assignment.
This is a case where "two heads are better than one."
created by: victor jose rosas benigno