How to Create a Room for Studying

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An important factor to having good grades is having a good place to get them. You need a room specifically for studying and homework because that guarantees no distractions.

Steps

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    Pick the perfect room. Pick a room that is an extra room. Make sure to pick one that has a door so you won't hear other people.
    • A guest room isn't recommended because it has too many unnecessary distracting items.
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    You can use a guest room. Move the bed so that the long side is going against the wall and put it in a corner too to save room. Move furniture around if you have to so you have a good big corner.
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    Make sure the room has a lot of light.
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    It's good if there's a window. Have a comfy chair and a table by the window, and you can sit there to read a book or write a book or something for fun or class because outside is inspiring.
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    Have a couple pictures on the walls. Put pictures of family and nature because the pictures could inspire you.
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    Keep out everything else. Radios, TVs, other tables, OUT. You can keep a mini fridge in there if you want though stocked up with stuff because you'll probably get hungry and thirsty.

Get Everything

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    Get a desk with drawers. That is the main thing. You also need the desk to be big enough for you to have enough space when you have to spread out 5 things because you have your math textbook, math notes, your homework sheet, the sheet your write the answers on, and the sheet with your work or something (if you're older almost all classes have homework like this); the point is have lots of space.
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    Get a chair. It should be supportive and comfortable but not big and fluffy or you'll get sleepy. A good one is one with a hard but good back, and a soft bottom in it for your butt, but you can add a cushion to your back if you want to.
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    Get a bookcase. On one shelf put down your dictionary, thesaurus, encyclopedias and anything else like that(all of this is needed except you do not need to go buy 26 encyclopedias). On the next shelf put down "educational" things like books that are documents, or the books that teach you how to draw stuff. On the next shelf, put classics. On the last shelf, put any other books.
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    Have a laptop or computer but a laptop is better because it takes up less space.
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    Get all the other stuff you need. Other stuff is paper, graph paper, folders, notebooks, composition books, a calculator, and a ruler; put that stuff in the first drawer. Put markers, colored pencils, crayons, drawing paper, glue, and other art things in the second drawer. In the third drawer put old assignments and tests in dividers labeled per subject to use to study later on tests.
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    Keep a little bucket or pencil pouch to put your pencils, pens, highlighters, sharpies, erasers, and extra lead in.

Tips

  • Paint the room soft colors because it keeps you more focused. Try for cream, light blue, or the best one is green.
  • Put in a fuzzy rug just to make the room happier.

Warnings

  • Try NOT to make it boring.
  • Try to pick more secluded rooms so it won't be noisy.

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Categories: Learning Techniques and Student Skills