Getting ahead on your NEET exam preparation and projects can be a difficult job, particularly if you’ve been slacking for several weeks. You’re not alone in this; many students have trouble concentrating on their work due to a lack of long-term career goals.
It’s simply more convenient for them to sit down and watch an episode of their favourite television show than to prepare for an exam. But how can you conquer your indolence while studying while still managing to take breaks and breathe?
How Laziness during Exams affects your Concentration
When you’re bored and unproductive, multitasking is the worst thing you can do. This is because multitasking divides your time in half, preventing you from completely concentrating on the relevant topic at hand. Suppose you have three exams to study for next week, set aside 1-2 hours for each subject and juggle them as required. This is preferable to having three notebooks open at once and hoping you recall something important.
Here are some tips that can make you overcome your laziness during exams!
A suitable location
It is critical to locate a suitable study location. Make sure that the research area does not invade your personal space, such as your bed. A good studying spot might be a chair and a table, or even a garden. To combat laziness, one must maintain a straight posture while sitting in a chair. To stop negative thoughts in students’ minds, the environment should have a positive vibe.
Make a strategy for moving forward
Making a plan for how you’ll accomplish anything will help you get there faster. Create an action plan and be realistic about how much time, effort, and other factors would be required to achieve your target. And if you encounter a stumbling block along the way, having a plan will provide guidance and trust.
Sleep and rest
You can do a variety of things to improve your night-time sleep, ranging from avoiding screen time right before bed to restricting naps during the day. To feel refreshed and ready to face the day ahead, aim to get the recommended seven to nine hours of sleep each night.
Take breaks in between
It’s a crucial move that many of us overlook while preparing and studying. When we intend to study and make breakpoints, we’ll also factor in breaks between two goals. We are still drowsy because our minds are tired after a certain time and can no longer bear it. 5-minute breaks are appropriate, but this varies from person to person.
How IIB motivates aspirants during exam
With ever-increasing, neck-and-neck rivalry prevailing in most competitive exams, it has become critical for students to seek advice and direction from the best faculty to improve their chances of passing. IIB has a team of experts in their fields, including various physics, chemistry, and biology branches and has ample experience preparing for competitive exams.
The experts use innovative and realistic learning methods to ensure that each student fully comprehends the subject while also providing them with tools and advice on how to solve questions on these exams.
You will notice a difference if you plan to keep these tips in mind when studying for the exam and avoid laziness.