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Step 3

Choose When, Where, and How Long

When during the day should you study? Where should you go to study? How long should you study before taking a break?

QUESTION: When is the best time to study?


You’re most effective between when you wake up and afternoon.

try to take a book I need to read along with me all the time, in case some free time pops up while I’m doing something else.

QUESTION: Where should you study?

ANSWER: In isolation

QUESTION: How long should you study?

ANSWER: No more than one hour at a time without a break.

‌study for an hour, then take a break


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