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Tips to improve concentration

Rajesh Kurmi (Finance Executive & IPCC )   (87 Points)

26 May 2011  

Being able to focus during studying is certainly the key to score good marks in your exams and stand out from others. Concentration level or paying attention to what you are doing is something that comes from your subconscious mind. It cannot simply happen until your subconscious mind wants to do. But, the good thing is that you can practice, work hard and increase your concentration levels. So, if you are looking for tips to improve your concentration levels, here we listed some tips on how to concentrate while studying.

  1. Maintain proper time for everything. Eat, sleep and study on time. We need sleep and food to lead a healthy and happy life. The key to concentrate while studying is your health. You should keep your body and mind healthy to maximize your concentration level.
  2. Early to Bed and Early to Rise: It is good for both adults and teens or students to sleep early and get up early before 6 am. As the proverb says, “you need to lose something to gain something”. So, just plan and organize your daily routine properly and go to bed at the right time and wake up early.
  3. Do Meditation: Try to do meditation for at least 20 minutes daily, concentrating on one specific thing and meditate. After completion of meditation, you should also practice some light exercises such as stretch exercises and stretches. You can also try yoga like pranayama (breathing exercise). This will keep you fit and healthy, both physically and mentally.
  4. Study Early in the Morning: If you study early morning for at least two hours, your concentration levels can go high as sky, provided you follow the above tips as well. Your time will become triple, two hours of studying equals to six hours of studying, because your mind is fresh in the morning, both your mind and body act really swift early morning, hence you can concentrate better.
  5. Avoid Disturbances: Find a place where there is less distraction and study there. Try to avoid any kind of disturbances and distractions while you are studying. For instance, studying and watching television doesn’t go well together generally. Light music or soft music prove beneficial for some people while studying, however it depends upon the individuals.
  6. Swift off Your Mobile: Ensure that you keep your mobile somewhere far or switch off when you are going to study. Unnecessary calls from your friends or from others can distract your mind and spoils your study time. Set a particular time for studies and maintain that every day.
  7. Take Breaks in Between: While studying, you should take some breaks in between. This will help you not to feel tire and bore of studying continuously. However, ensure that you don’t take breaks for too long. Again set a proper time and take breaks at the same time daily.
  8. Find a Specific Spot for Studies: You can concentrate better, if you have a particular place that you usually study. Try to find one particular place where you find comfortable, less distraction and use it only for studies.
  9. Last, but not the least, keep your mind prepared when you are going to study. You should be ready mentally to study and concentrate on your books. And, to keep yourself ready, you need to follow all the above points.

 

Source : https://teenadvice.ygoy.com/top-9-tips-to-concentrate-while-studying/comment-page-1/


 25 Replies

aravind (articled assist) (22 Points)
Replied 26 May 2011

Nice one :) Rajesh

Anit Sharma (CA Final student ) (460 Points)
Replied 26 May 2011

Keep sharing 

Nagarajan S (None) (84 Points)
Replied 26 May 2011

Really nice one rajesh thanks 4 sharing

Rajesh Kurmi (Finance Executive & IPCC )   (87 Points)
Replied 26 May 2011

Thanks CACLUBINDIAN

CA ADITYA SHARMA (CA IN PRACTICE ) (16719 Points)
Replied 26 May 2011

thanks and keep sharing

Santhosh Poojary (SIEMPRE AHÍ PARA TI) (15587 Points)
Replied 27 May 2011

good tips, keep sharing.

Debasish Pratihari (management trainee) (25 Points)
Replied 27 May 2011

gud thinking.......carry on wid dese type of article......it wll be helpful for youngsters

Manjul Soni. (CA Student.) (1407 Points)
Replied 27 May 2011

Good Post .........................

Dharmendra rana (Job) (106 Points)
Replied 27 May 2011

nice Post....

C.A.M.S.ROY (C. A.) (473 Points)
Replied 27 May 2011

Thanks and keep sharing

Rishav Maloo (STUDENT) (24 Points)
Replied 27 May 2011

thnx... for ur post

Vindhya Prasad (Accounts Executive) (21 Points)
Replied 27 May 2011

Hi Rajesh ,

very nice tips thanks for sharing . All the best for your Future, keep sending .

Vishal Jain A (Practicing CA) (941 Points)
Replied 27 May 2011

a very good one bro....

Saurabh Jain (Chartered Accountant) (33 Points)
Replied 27 May 2011

Useful one!thanx for sharing


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