IELTS Exam Preparation: Creating an Excellent Study Space

Make sure you have an optimal study space for learning and make the most out of your IELTS exam preparation! Start doing these tips and tricks on how to make a comfortable, effective, productive, and efficient learning space.

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7 Tips and Tricks: Creating a Comfortable, Effective, Productive, and Efficient Learning Space

You can study anywhere you like—in a library, in a park, or a café. But it’s always best to create your own in the comfort of your own home. So while you’re at your IELTS exam preparation, build a great learning space by doing the following:

  1. Get a desk and a chair.

A lot of people like to study on their beds or generally in ‘too comfortable’ places that may result in them getting sleepy and not being able to review at all. That’s why a study table is essential. Get a reasonably spacious and clean table wherein you can lay out all your review materials. This way, you’ll be more focused and awake.

  1. Experiment on lighting.

This mainly depends on preference. Some people prefer a dim environment when studying. Some prefer brighter rooms. So try studying with a lamp at night or by the window on a bright day for natural light, and see which works best.

  1. Experiment with room temperature.

It may be challenging to focus in a cold environment because it can make you feel sleepy. But it’s also hard to study when you’re sweating because of the heat. Find the optimal temperature in your room—not too hot nor too cold—that suits your body’s comfort.

  1. Remove distractions.

Remove all distractions you have in your room or space. This may include gadgets like gaming consoles, phones, or tablets. All these can cause you to pause in your studies and procrastinate. You’ll have time for them after reviewing.So be patient!

  1. Make it a habit to clean before studying—ORGANIZE!

A clean study space will make you feel less bothered by unorganized things. So, clean a little bit before studying. Remove as much clutter as you can. Cleaning can even be therapeutic, and this can help  focus on your review.

  1. Turn some non-distracting music on.

Listening to music while studying wouldn’t hurt too much if you’re listening to the right ones! Listen to classical music or ambient sounds. Studies  show that this can also boost your brainpower!

  1. Put greens in your room. Be creative!

Placing plants in your room can make your room feel fresh and natural, which can help you study better. So it’s up to you on how you can make your room a comfortable place to review. Put up cork boards or calendars in your wall, This can help you monitor things you should do if that helps. Be creative and smart with your decorations!

Enjoy Studying in Your Own Learning Space!

While these tips and tricks are important, enjoying your own study space is also necessary for creating your learning zone. If you enjoy being in your study place, then you’ll also enjoy learning as a whole!

Join IELTS Review Online classes now at the comfort of your own learning space and experience a productive IELTS exam preparation!

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https://www.cornerstone.edu/blogs/lifelong-learning-matters/post/6-ways-to-create-the-ultimate-study-spot

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