| | |A Reflection on My Study Habits | |By Greg Bosch | | |
I have noticed during my time that I have spent studying lately that I have become pretty methodical. I have found in the essential guide to effective studying that I have a few habits that match my own. I know that I am, and always will be, a procrastinator. Yet I have always tried to study during my “best” time of day, which was always during the nocturnal hours for some reason. I have always been a night person, and I have actually incorporated that into my military career also by volunteering for the over-night positions, especially during deployments. I found that there are less likely to be distractions for me during that time, and I have a chance to work at my own pace. I have also figured out that I always try to do the most difficult tasks first. That way, I do not have to worry about them later.
I know that there are some things that I would like to add to my habits that would benefit me better. One of them would be trying to partake in active studying. I enjoy working with other people that are in the same situation that I am, and it is always good to take notes for everything that you do. I believe that I could integrate this by contacting some of my classmates and trying to set up a meeting or chat time with them outside of school. The second one would have to be trying to break large tasks into smaller pieces. I know that would help on my being a procrastinator, and it...
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