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Studying for an Examination Many students think reading and studying for an examination are the same thing and because of this misunderstanding students do not know how to study for an examination Reading is the act of rendering texts aloud or a public or private recitation of a written material Whereas studying is actually concentrating understanding and reviewing what has been read First of all where to study for an examination is just as important as studying for an exam If you find yourself repeatedly being interrupted by outside distractions such as friends and phone calls you can find a way to block these distractions completely by switching off your phone for the period of time you want to study and also going to a place where you know no one would disturb you like the library Another way to know where to study is noting the length of time spent on each distraction at each place you study for a week Each time you study you should jot down how long you studied how much work you actually covered and how many and what kind of distraction you had Once you have this information you can now analyze your study habits For example you were able to cover a certain type of subject at a particular place and time Then you can decide to study at the place with the least distraction I stopped studying in the library because it was too distracting Now I study at home where I get little or no distraction Second one frequent complaint students have is that they cannot concentrate while studying for my exam There are many ways for
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