Best way to study

A recent study found a positive relationship between students’ grades and how much sleep they’re getting. 

studies show that switching up your study environment can increase recall performance. Instead of studying at home every day, try checking out a new coffee spot each week or heading to your local library. 

If you you have a good study space at home or a café that is reliably a productive place for you, it makes sense to stick with this when you are under pressure.

You can listen to any music you like, but many agree that classical, instrumental, and lo-fi beats make good background music for studying and can actually help you pay attention to the task at hand. 

Eliminate distractions by silencing your phone and annoying background noises such as the TV or radio. 

Make a pact with yourself to avoid checking social media until your study session is over.

Coffee and candy will give you a temporary boost, but then you’ll have a blood sugar crash. For energy that is more focused and sustainable, try healthy snacks such as edamame, apples, or nuts.