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 Better Studying strategy
Devil_of_dreams
Posted: Feb 28 2007, 09:56 AM


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I need help on finding a new way to study i realized taht I get too distracted by tv and stuff i dont want to miss tv tho. i've tried time recording the tv show and then studying but i just end up turing on the tv 15 mins later!

And my brothers bother me too! When I try to study in my room I get distracted by my computer!


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Ryuku
Posted: Mar 6 2007, 03:18 AM


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Study strategy? Hmm... Well, you could set your tape recorder thing to a certain time to record tv shows. And usually, tv shows are sometimes repeated often, so it might be on some other time.

As for your brothers and in the room, find somewhere quiet in the house or maybe simply move the computer elsewhere or hide a part somewhere so that you can't access it during study or something... XD


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