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Procrastinating can lead to creativity and a more stress-free attitude. Still, doing it too much (especially when you should be studying) can lead to anxiety, inefficient time management, energy waste, and a poor academic performance. That's why, you should ensure you reduce your procrastination when working on your academic duties with the tips mentioned below.

How to Reduce Procrastination while Studying

  1. Firstly, you should create a study space that will be conducive to learning and focusing. Said space should be equipped with the right furniture and have the school supplies you'll need. It should also be free of distractions.
  2. If you have several things to complete during your study sessions, a schedule will help you keep your focus on them and manage your time better. Prioritize all of the things you have to do and pick a timeframe to do each one of them in.
  3.  It's easy to get distracted when you're not motivated or don't know what you're doing. To remedy that, set doable and specific goals for your study sessions.
  4. If you're feeling discouraged, you may have to take it a step further and create incentives to help you focus. For instance, you can set a goal, and if you reach it in time, you get a sweet treat.
  5. Finally, if you want to avoid tunnel vision and procrastinating even more, you should schedule 5 minute breaks for your study sessions, so your mind can rest and then keep going.

Become a better learner and time manager with tutoring in Sebring FL. Call The Tutoring Center, Sebring FL at (863) 269-8977 for more information.


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