Start by making sure each study time has clear goals. Figure out what you want to accomplish and make a plan to get there.
When learning about hard topics, break the information down into smaller, more doable pieces.
Find a place that is quiet, well-lit, and free of distractions. If there aren't any distractions, there won't be any delays, which will help people be more productive.
Mind mapping is a strong visual tool that helps students organize and understand knowledge that is hard to grasp.
Mindfulness and meditation are both ways to become more aware of and focused on the present moment.
Mnemonics is a way to improve memory that uses creative tools like names, rhymes, and visual connections to help people remember things better.
Regular recall and spaced repeats are both good ways to remember things for a long time.
Active learning is a way to study that gets students involved with the topic rather than just letting them idly take in knowledge.
Don't be afraid to ask for help if you're having trouble with a subject or theme. Talk to your teachers, classmates, and trainers for help
Review and change the things you've already changed to help you understand and remember them better.