The end of the year is the perfect time to start thinking about how next year is going to be different, like your G.P.A. Knowing your study habits can help turn your B’s into A’s.
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Consult the stars to determine your studying strengths, and weaknesses.
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You’re one of those rare breeds who love to learn, which you excel at by doing new things. You’re quick to absorb information, but be careful that your impatience doesn’t cause you to overlook important details.
You’re so practical that you prefer learning about things that you can actually use in the real world. You enjoy reading and studying, but because of your sensitive nature you focus better when you’re by yourself in a familiar place.
Your mind works at lightning speed, so you retain facts and figures like some sort of a genius. Your Kryptonite? You get distracted super easily, so you can go from reading to texting to Netflix in a flash. Focus on one thing at a time in a quiet space to ace your next test.
Thanks to your awesome long-term memory, cramming last-minute is a piece of cake. You’re pretty set in your studying ways, preferring to study alone at home, so you might want to mix it up a little by joining a study group. Just make sure you’re feeling emotionally balanced so you can concentrate.
You learn better by talking things out and moving around – you hate sitting still! Not surprisingly, your natural leadership skills make you the perfect person for leading a study group. Remember to keep quiet during lectures, chatty Leo, or you’ll miss important info.
Highly organized and efficient, highlighters and file folders are your BFFs. No wonder your notes are so diligent! You study best in an organized and clutter-free environment, like a library. Anything out of place will only distract you from your work.
You like knowing a little bit about every subject at school. Being the social butterfly you are, it’s not totally surprising that you can benefit from belonging to a study group. Make sure your distractions are kept to a minimum, though, because you procrastinate a lot.
You absorb info like a sponge – that is when you’re not flirting with your new crush. Your strong will means you set pretty firm study methods for yourself, which explains why you’re able to pull an all-nighter and ace your History test the next day.
You have an insane thirst for knowledge, but your love for fun means you’re the sign that’s most likely to procrastinate studying. Don’t underestimate yourself: you’re naturally intelligent and curious. You’d do well to study solo and with constant breaks.
Your ambitious and responsible nature means that you’re pretty much a teacher’s pet. You’re also likely to be the leader of the best study group in school. However, you don’t do well with all-nighters; you prefer a steady study pace to win the race – or the top of your class.
Your innate quirkiness makes you seem like a scatterbrain, but your intuitive and clever mind means you absorb concepts easily. You have unconventional study habits that might confuse others, but keep doing you. Be careful that your wandering thoughts don’t distract you tooooo much.
You tend to daydream a lot in classes that don’t involve art or any sort of creativity. However, you’re quick to grasp and retain facts that interest you. Because you have difficulty focusing, you need a structured studying environment, preferably one near water.