Study Habits: The Best and the Worst for All Types of Learners

All methods for studying are not created equal. In addition to some being more efficient than others, study methods are highly personal and what works for one college student may not work for another. Fear not, we can help you find your study groove. Just in time for the new semester (and knowing that your time is valuable and limited), we’ve come up with this infographic to help you understand your individual learning style and maximize your academic efforts. Remember: it’s not about studying more or harder, it’s about studying smarter. Got any more tips, tricks, best practices, pitfalls to avoid when it comes to studying? Leave us a comment and help your fellow students.

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  1. this information was extremely relevant and helpful, especially in times of covid. I have recognized I am a visual learner and that there are certain study habits, like overhighlighting that hinders my studying

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