How To Stay Disciplined When Studying
Not many of us enjoy being tired and stressed in class. So instead of being stressed daily, why not discipline yourself to be a successful, charming classmate and student? In a few easier-said-than-done steps, anyone can stay disciplined and be a methodical but joyful person! Through schedules, hard work, and a reward system, anyone can succeed in high school!
Writing Down Assignments
First of all, writing down assignments and scheduling a work session is very important. In school I have an assignment notebook that I carry in my backpack. As I get older and have more distractions to keep me from my schoolwork, it is quite easy to become lax in remembering each and every assignment and when it is due. If you don’t know, ask your tuition teacher! Typically I will write each assignment down, and as I go through my day I will think about when I will get the homework done. I know which days I have church, CCA sessions, or whatever else that there may be. In scheduling my homework and noting each assignment, I can easily focus on what I need to do.
Old Fashioned Hard Work
Secondly, good old-fashioned hard work is critical. To be brutally honest, I hate to study. You may know a classmate or two that actually enjoys studying; well, that’s not me. I would rather have an assignment and a due date, do the work, and be done. However, academic results are extremely important in Singapore. I mentioned earlier about writing down assignments. Well, making note of when tests and quizzes are is also an admirable habit. Part of efficient work is avoiding procrastination. Instead of “putting off to do tomorrow what you should have done yesterday,” get your work done early! This practice can prevent a myriad of unseen problems. If it is a formidably large project, set aside some time each day to work on it. There’s no special secret to hard work for sure.
Having a study buddy or a tutor will be very helpful in getting work done. With someone beside you constantly motivating you, you will definitely get more work done.
Having a Rewards System
Lastly, yet still quite important, having a rewards system is a fantastic approach to having a good time in high school. When you get that big project done, or get a respectable grade on a quiz you studied for, make sure to pat yourself on the back! Stay social, make new friends, and go out with your friends! Try not to get enveloped by the weekly grind. Hopefully your parents will respect and admire your work, and appreciate it. If they don’t, keep at it! It is sure to pay off in the long run.
Planning, operating efficiently, and incentive programs are just three ways of becoming a dependable student. And when the homework is done and you have spent time with friends, you can count on being more cheerful at school and having an extra friend or two. Also, keeping your grades up and knowing how to relate to other people are great life attributes that are sure to add to your repertoire of life.
I hope these 3 tips will be useful for you when you are studying!