Did you ever stop to wonder what sets apart the really successful students from the average ones? Why do some students who appear to study all the time just get by, while others who don’t appear to put in as much time and effort do well? Is it all related to IQ and genetics or are some other factors involved? The truth is that success in school is not so much determined by sheer intelligence as knowing how to study. Studying is a skill. Being successful in school requires a high level of study skills. Students must first learn these skills, practice them and develop effective study habits in order to be successful. Very often the study habits and practices developed and used in high school do not work for students in college. Good study habits include many different skills: time management, self-discipline, concentration, memorization, organization, and effort. Desire to succeed is important, too.
Study habits are the ways that you study- the habits that you have formed during your school years. Study habits can be good ones, or bad ones. Good study habits include being organized, keeping good notes, reading your textbook, listening in class, and working every day. Being organized means the student can easily access his or her school stuffs when at school or at home doing homework. Keeping good notes involves good organization of all the important details regarding his or her lessons not only of taking down it in the notebook but also when listening during the class. Being attentive and always keeps busy at school reflects a student who has good study habits. Bad study habits include skipping class, not doing your work, watching TV or playing video games instead of studying, and losing your work.
College students today want to explore things that made them curious thus made greater impact to their study habits. It is a very much unfavorable to them...