Related Literature on Study habits:
It means you are not distracted by anything, you have a certain place to go where it is quiet everyday where you study and do homework. Basically it means that you are doing the best you can to get the grades you want.
According to the PhD defended by lecturer Amaia Irazusta Astiazaran at the University of the Basque Country) analysing eating habits of the university students and their effect on the health of these young people.
Lifestyle habits are developed from early childhood and start to become set during adolescence and youth. Various studies have shown that there exists a high probability that ...view middle of the document...
Set aside two to three hours each day for studying. This will leave you with five to six hours -- after we subtract time for our classes, meals, and a good night's sleep -- to do those things that we like to do much more than studying. The next thing that I feel contributes to survival and success in the classroom is periodic review of your lecture notes and the appropriate chapters in your textbooks. Periodic review and beginning to study for your exams early will save you time in the long run and it will prevent cramming. That way you can be well rested and more motivated and less anxious on test day. The last thing you can do to help get good grades is take advantage of all the academic resources at your university. It can only help you."
Learning is central to all our behaviour.Each learner is unique individual with different abilities, interests, ways of thinking and responding thus these characterstics have a significant influence on ones learning style. It is being realized that students use different learning strategies.They have different methods of reading, interpreting and coding the information.Sometimes these strategies are useful, but some students develop pathological learning strategies. To study effectively the students should be aware of learning process.
Definition: Learning is not just memorizing a lot of unrelated informations. It means
understanding concepts and principles, the relationship between ideas and the ability to analyse a
situation to synthesize various bits of informations or evaluate