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How to improve your Study environment and mood

  • October 19, 2014
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How to improve your Study environment and mood

1. Re- design your Study room and reorient the table near the window with adequate lighting and fresh air. Read the details on Designing a study room.

2. Set up a Study music – a soothing and soft instrumental music can boost your mood, allay anxiety and remove the feeling of loneliness while studying.

3. Set up an aquarium or a fish bowl on the study table or near by and watch the fishes swim and play. A well scaped and planted aquariums with colorful fishes can be a good idea for students. But it also consumes time in maintenance. I always kept a fish bowl with a Betta ( Fighter) on my study table during my final exam. It was a great company and experience.

fish aquarium bowl

4. Meditation- Boost your optimism and  concentration for studies, refreshes your mind and abates all the frustrations.

5. Keep a company- Study partner always boost your study mood and determination. Make sure you have a good study partner for this.

6. Incense- burning a mild and sweet smelling incense can create a great environment to start your study in the morning. Make sure it is not too strong and don’t use too many of them at a time.

burning 2

7. A waterfall– an artificial waterfall can be created near by. The sound of flowing water takes you back to nature where you can study with a pleasant feeling.


8. A Table lamp- although it sounds common, but a table lamp on with lights off in the room, is a great way to focus on the books and a great boost for a study mood to most people.


9. Coffee maker– Keeping a coffee maker in the study room with few cups a day during exam, should not harm you. A coffee a day, keeps laziness away .

10. Access to Internet- accessing videos, online articles, powerpoints can broaden your aspect of studying and take you to a whole newer level of knowledge.

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  • I wish to know how much marks an mbbs 1st year student wants in sesionals and final exam ,theory, viva ,practicals…how its calculated to pass

    • Depends entirely on your university.

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