Effective Study Habits

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MARCH 3, 2011

THESIS STATEMENT: Despite the hindrances that first year PUP psychology students face, still they can manage to have an effective study habits.

I. Introduction
II. Definition of terms
A. Procrastination
B. Peer
C. Media
D. Social networking site
E. Deviant
III. Causes of bad study habits
A. Family problem
B. Absence of time management
C. Peer pressure
D. Influence of media
E. Influence of modern technology
F. Poor attendance
G. Poverty
H. Laziness
I. Attitude problem
J. Lack of self-motivation
IV. Effects of bad study habits
A. Failing grades
B. Lack of confidence
C. Deviancy
D. Anxiety
V. Solutions to bad study habits
A. Time management
B. Self-discipline
C. Prioritization
VI. Testimonies of a graduating psychology student
According to Jeffrey Deyto of CP 4-1, it is advisable to study with somebody and there must be a presence of proper motivation from peers and facilitators or professors either way of behaviors including habits are most of the time affected by its environment since professors are part of the environment which students must abide. VII. Conclusions

Good grades can be attained if the following study habits are followed: A. Time management and prioritization
Whenever a first year PUP psychology working students have problem with his schedule on work and studies, he must see to it what he will prioritize studying his lesson. B. Self-discipline and self-control

A first year PUP psychology student should set first himself on doing and studying his lessons before doing extra activities. C. Setting of limitation
A first year PUP psychology students can’t avoid media since it is a part of his everyday life but he must set limitations on listening or watching to media-related works. D. Good peers and trust on oneself

Choose good peer that could influence you to have a good study habit which will lead you to the right path. You must also learn to trust yourself through thinking positively and putting in mind that everything will be easy if you will take it easy.

I. EFFECTIVE STUDY HABITS FOR FIRST YEAR PUP PSYCHOLOGY STUDENTS Since we are now enrolled in college, odds are that we were a pretty student in high school. But no matter successful a student we were, experience has shown that the learning skills we employed in high school will likely to be insufficient to guarantee success in our college courses. Effective study skills must be practiced in order for us to improve. It is not enough to simply “think about” studying; we have to actually do it, and in the process use information from what we do to get better. This is the central idea of our research. No two people stud the same way, and there is little doubt that what we works for one person may not work for another. However, there are some general techniques that seem to produce good results. No one would argue that every subject that we have to take is going to be so interesting that studying it is not work but pleasure we can only wish. Everyone is different, and for some students, studying and being motivated to learn comes naturally. It’s likely that we are not one of them, but don’t despair, there is hope! Success in college is dependent on the ability of an individual to study effectively and efficiently. The results of poor study skills are wasted time, frustration, and low or failing grades. All we can say is that time is precious and not to be squandered, no matter what you believe right now. Our research is designed to help develop effective study skills. It is not a magic formula for success in preparing for tests, or written or oral assignments. Studying any...
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