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One proven approach to goal setting is to make your goals SMART

S - Specific
M - Measurable
A - Achievable
R - Realistic
T - Time-bound


Study Tips

1.  Find a quiet, well lit place to study that is free from distractions (cell phone, television, non-studying friends).

2.  Choose a comfortable place to study -- but not SO comfortable that you get sleepy!

3.  Find the time of day that works best for you and make that your regular study time, if possible. 

4.  Form a habit of reading over each day's notes while they are fresh.

5.  Bribe yourself!  Upon reaching your goals, reward yourself with something fun.

6.  Take frequent short breaks -- like taking a walk to energize yourself.

7.  Alternate between studying alone and with a group.  Working alone can be good for mastering concepts and information, while working with a group is a great way to test for true understanding.



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