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Ten Ways to Find a Sense of Calm While Studying

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Warm up gently.

Just as you need to warm up before exercising, so the same warning applies to your studies. Trying to dive straight into the hardest thing you have to study is a one-way route to demoralisation, misery and — worst of all — having to study that bit all over again.

Instead, try to start off your study sessions with a few minutes reviewing topics you find a bit easier.

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