Asked • 05/17/22

How can I stop procrastinating when I need to study for a test?

Do you find that you cram before a test and your body sends you messages that this isn't the best idea? Well, that's because it isn't. New research shows that just studying 10-15 minutes a day on one subject will help you do better on a test than cramming.

We introduce ways to keep your studies short and sweet and if one strategy for study doesn't work there are other strategies that might stimulate your brain. The problem is that when the brain detects something boring it wants to switch tasks. There are 'tricks' and ways to get your brain to cooperate with you.

College is tough and most people who have ADHD or Autism Spectrum Disorder are challenged by symptoms that create obstacles for proper studying. It doesn't have to be this way. There are many ways to help you increase your focus and keep your grades up.

3 Answers By Expert Tutors


Debbie G.

Katherine, your advice is spot on. It is true, just getting started is the way to go. However, many of my clients need to learn how to get started. Wishing you much success in your career.


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