Comment pouvons-nous nous concentrer complètement pendant les études?

Prateek Rai

Prateek Rai, travaille chez Students

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Réponse d'origine: How can I continuously concentrate or focus while studying?

While Studying when you found yourself that you lose your interest, then change the subject. Start practicing something interesting. Just like we say that Maths. Don't study continuously one subject, because we get bored. And when topic change or subject change then new thinking, new ideas started coming in mind.

Study continuously 1 hour 45 minutes any subject then take rest of only 5 minutes not more than it. And when you again get admited to study change subject. By this method you will never get distracted.

Listen music which are effective to make your interest. Make time of everything but you have to prefer your study first rather than anything.

It's not right to say, but still I'm saying Study is source of money. Without study it less probability that you can earn huge. Once you will success no can stop you by doing anything. But untill you nit succeed everyone makes a question of you.

Sometime we focus by thinking about mistakes, which may done by us in past. Do you know, what happen when you improve your mistakes. You achieve huge amount of self-respect. Self confidence automatically came in mind. You will don everything better than anyother. The Success rate of your is higher than those who never make a mistake. Now you have to think how you have to live in Society after your insult.

I'm sorry that I go in deep, but these all are real fact. These are the reasons and cause which distract us. Don't be sad, try to become happy always.

Happiness is mantra of Success. To be focused. You have to passionate about one thing to focus. Everything will be in your hand. We have more power inside than anything. Real fact is power which we imagine that really inside our body. In everyone heart, there a place of DIEU. He suggest us what to do what not to do.

Comment pouvons-nous nous concentrer complètement pendant les études?

I always read this line to be focused.

May you understand what I want to say. I'm sorry for my all grammatical mistake. Please suggest me for my mistakes.

Cordialement

Prateek:-)

Still learning;-) ��

Aayushi Sharma

Aayushi Sharma, Tax Auditor

Répondu il y a 32w

Réponse d'origine: How can I forget things or forget about a person and concentrate on my studies?

How to improve your concentration

Many students complain that they just can’t concentrate, and that minds race from one thing to another and their thoughts are all over the place - except on their studies.

But almost everyone has the ability to concentrate. Think of a time when you were totally engrossed in something you really enjoyed, for example a movie, a book, a game of rugby or netball. The trick is to use the right strategies to unlock your natural ability to concentrate and apply these to your studies. If, however, you try the strategies below and still struggle to concentrate, contact the Library and Learning Centre; we may be able to provide additional support.

Mise en route

  • Your choice of study space can influence your level of concentration. Choose a study space with good lighting and ventilation, which is a tidy, organised and pleasant place to work. This will help reduce distraction.
  • Leave your cell phone outside or turn it off.
  • If you like music that’s okay, just ensure it is not a distraction.
  • Draw up a study timetable that takes into account your energy levels at different times of the day, and stick to it.
  • Divide your work into logical sections that have a beginning and an end. Our brains are holistic, so you’ll find it easier to work on something that forms a whole, rather than something that's left hanging midway.

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  • Draw up a study timetable that takes into account your energy levels at different times of the day, and stick to it.
  • Divide your work into logical sections that have a beginning and an end. Our brains are holistic, so you’ll find it easier to work on something that forms a whole, rather than something that's left hanging midway.

Set goals for each study session

  • Before you begin studying, take a few minutes to think about what you’ll achieve.
  • Write down your goals for the study period. For example: ‘Summarise pages 40-65’ or ‘Complete the outline of Assignment 1’.
  • Set yourself a time limit before you start. For example: 'I’ll summarise Chapter 2 in 40 minutes'. By doing this, you're setting yourself a goal and your subconscious mind will start working on completing the task in the time available.

Prendre des pauses

Research has shown that people:

  • Remember best when they study for shorter periods then recap and consolidate what they learned, as opposed to studying for longer periods.
  • Learn better at the beginning and end of a study period.

So, plan to study for about 30-45 minutes, review what you have learnt, then take a five to 10 minute break.

Build in variety

  • Change the subject or study strategy every few hours. This will lessen the chance of your becoming bored.
  • Use your study break for exercise (or perhaps housework). This changes the pace and helps to get rid of extra adrenaline.
  • Alternate reading with more active learning exercises. For example: mind mapping or writing model answers.

Just say 'Stop'

Every time you notice your thoughts wandering, tell yourself to 'stop'. Then consciously bring your thoughts back to your studies. Initially, you might have to do this many times each study session, but with practice you'll find you are able to focus for longer periods.

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If you find it almost impossible to re-focus try taking a break, switching to another subject or topic, or using a different study strategy.

Schedule worry time

Allow yourself time to worry but decide beforehand when and for how long you’re going to worry. Then, when something distracts you while you're studying, or if you start to feel anxious about something during the day, write your thoughts down and set them aside, telling yourself you’ll deal with them during your worry time.

Learn actively

To help you concentrate and remember, learn actively. Active learners do something with what they have learnt, this may include:

  • Putting what they learned into their own words.
  • Comparing what they are learning with what they already know.
  • Linking new facts to what they already know.
  • Applying what they are learning to their own situation, and
  • Using the new information.

Acharya Prashant (प्रशान्त) (प्रशान्त)

Acharya Prashant (प्रशान्त) (प्रशान्त), Author of more than 20 books on Life.

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First of all, get rid of these words like, “concentration and distraction”. The mind only has interests. Some of these interests, you call as distractions. Some of these interests, you want to be more and more concentrated in. But wherever the mind wants to go, it wants to go for a reason.

There is a reason, why the mind wants to run in a particular direction. The moment you label that direction as the distraction, you will be unable to find out anything. Our relationship with the mind is usually of two kinds, either the mind rules us or we rule the mind. Either the mind is our master or we are the masters of our mind. Both these relationships are not healthy. Neither of these is healthy.

When the mind is ruling you, then for sure you are not aware of what is happening and you are just acting mechanically. When you are trying to rule the mind, then there is suppression and even that is not healthy.

So, in the question asked, the mind is ruling you and you want to know, “How do I rule my mind?” Your mind ruling you or you ruling your mind, there is no great difference, these two are one, neither of them is advisable. I will not advise for any of them.

There is a third situation possible in which a master-slave relationship is not there, you are friends with your mind. Then you do not try to chasten the mind. You do not try to tell the mind, “Don’t go there” “come here” “don’t do this” “this is the priority right now and you should be here”. Then you don’t do that, then you say alright, you want to go somewhere, I will come along, just as friends come along. Without judging each other. The mind is going somewhere, and you are along with the mind. The mind has its reasons, and all the reasons of the mind come from the past of the mind, its conditioning. You need to find out its conditioning and for that you have to be sympathetic to the mind.

So, you say “You (mind) want to go somewhere, I am trying to study” but you are saying ‘Come and sit on the laptop and do something on facebook' alright, I will come, let me see what you want to do, I will come like a friend but I will not allow you to rule me. Also I am not interested in ruling you. Like a friend, I am coming along. I will just watch what you are going to do. Without judging you, I will just watch what you are going to do.” This is called witnessing. This is called friendship with the mind.

And then as you figure out the tendencies, the patterns, the wire structure of your mind, then you find that the functioning of the mind itself changes. After all, it is the mind that is complaining, isn't it? That there is too much of distraction. You might find that this complaining itself vanishes. That the complaint itself is not there because you have understood that there is nothing to complain about.

The thing is, we are fed of words like ‘MIND CONTROL’. We have been constantly told since childhood, “Control your Mind” and that is what you want to know in the answer to this question – how to control the mind.

But I am telling you, you cannot control the mind, otherwise, it will be a very violent relationship. Sometimes you will be the master of mind, sometimes mind will be upon you. And it will be a battle between you and your mind and nobody can win this battle. Because after all, you are the mind. How can you win yourself?

We have been told only two things, either become the servant of the mind indulge in whatever it tells you to do or become a renunciate, a saadhak and learn to control the mind. Both these directions are directions of division, where you are dividing yourself against yourself. I am talking about something totally different. I am talking about defending the mind. And you know what defending the mind means? It means that the book is open in front of you but the mind says, “That mobile phone is so attractive. I want to be with that mobile phone.” And you say, “Alright, you want to be with that mobile phone, let’s be with the mobile phone, let’s see what you want to do? Do whatever you want to do, I will not stop you. I will just remain present.”

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Let the mind do, what it wants to do, remain present along with the mind, do not leave it alone. Good friends do not leave each other. At the same time, they do not try to rule each other. They also don’t judge each other. Be a good friend of the mind. “You want to go there, I will come along. Whatever you want to do, do that but do that in front of me, in front of my awareness. I’ll watch what you are doing. Do what you want to do, let me just watch.” And then you will discover what the mind wants. And then you will discover why it rushes about in such a mad way, in such particular directions. And that will be a different knowing altogether.

Previously answered at: Acharya Prashant (आचार्य प्रशान्त) (आचार्य प्रशान्त)'s answer to What are some tips and tricks to increase concentration power?

Kristina Smith

Kristina Smith, Life Coach helping you achieve your awesome self

Mise à jour il y a 97w · L'auteur dispose de réponses 913 et de vues de réponses 1.5m

Réponse d'origine: Which are the best effective study tips?

Being fully in control of your attention and mind is the ultimate hack to achieve exponential results at studies. Here are a couple of factors you should keep a check on before you sit to study. Here’s how a blog on WEEKPLAN takes up this topic.

1)Focus and block out distraction

Since this is first that’s why it it most crucial.

When you work, there has to be only one thing in your mind: Your Work. Remember that everything else is secondary and can wait but the task in hand, won’t. Silent your phone, disconnect the internet and ask people not not to disturb you if need be. Also keep a tab of the time spent on each task.

2)Schedule and Prioritize your Work tasks:

Comment pouvons-nous nous concentrer complètement pendant les études?

All the tasks you do throughout the day should be divided and prioritized into 4 quadrants.

People who spend most of their time in Quadrant I usually have stressful lives. What they need to do is both important and urgent. They have to respond to tight deadlines, they need to solve crisis and have to put out fires constantly.

People who spend most of their time in Quadrant III usually have a short term focus. They feel out of control every then and now and have a short attention span.

Les Quadrant IV is all about time wasters or activities that don't provide any value. Anything done abusively could enter this category too (TV, video games, internet surfing...).

Quadrant II is THE quadrant where you want to spend more time. It is the quadrant of planning, preparation, balance and pro-activity. It helps you to be highly productive and your best self on important issues and dealing with important issues before these turn into URGENT.

3)Take regular breaks and do the most important tasks immediately after the breaks

Instead of taking too much pressure and stress it is important to take short breaks. Play an instrument, listen to song, talk to friends or go for a nature walk. My personal advice: don’t get into social media or watching TV, they never really refresh you. And once you are back into your best mode after the break, do the most important and high on priority tasks first.

4)Say ‘NO’ to additional work

Remember you can not do everything in the world. Politely refuse to accept additional tasks if you think that you’re already overloaded with work. Take a look at your ‘To Do’ list before agreeing to take on extra work.

Cordialement!

Raghvendra Tandekar

Raghvendra Tandekar, Student at Samrat Ashok Technological Institute, Vidisha (2015-present)

Répondu il y a 38w

Réponse d'origine: I want to study well but I get distracted very often. How can I stay focused?

I think the answer is already in your’s question buddy …..

just look at once I WANT TO STUDY.

so come let's make it easy for you:-

Break your question in 3 parts:-

  1. I want to study.
  2. But I often gets distracted.
  3. How can I stay focused.

So basically this is your question and I'll try to remind your power to simplify these silly questions without wasting your time and energy as well.

So your first answer is already you've given in your question that you want to study so just see there you want to study and your mind is saying to you that we have to study but something is trying to distract you …………

yes of course, that something you have to find in your life and try to overcome it otherwise it will again came in between your path whenever you’ll try to do studies.

the something is anything for you it depends on person to person some person thinks that mobile phone is a distracting thing but remember SURABHI GAUTAM( AIR 50 ) cleared CSE 2016 just by using her tab to study for the hardest exam known(UPSC) in India and she did it…

so don’t gets confused just find out your something that is distracting you to not to do studies and remove it from your routine you’ll see the change.

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you said that you often gets distracted while studying so what, everybody gets distracted while studying or anything, that they likes the most to do…..I thought that distraction is also an important factor in life because when you realize that something is trying to pushing you in negative direction from your aim or your goal, you suddenly started to resist more and more to protect yourself and this hard work that is protecting yourself becomes the reason for your success so don’t worry from the distraction just face it and overcome from it.

the answer of third question is as simple as like above these two,

the more you defeat your problems, or your distraction the more your focus will be strengthen look always remember that success doesn't comes overnight. it takes time and require hard work so just concentrate in your subjects just study in a productive manner with hard work.

and you know whatever you want to do or not to do ….the choice is yours nobody will help you to become a successful person or becoming a failure in life just choose what is right for you…… you know yourself better than anyone if you feel that this thing or any habit is stopping you to not to do studies then just cut the shit habit from your life and do what you wants to ……….

Je vous remercie

Sharon Feldman Danzger

Sharon Feldman Danzger, Easy ways to be the best you can be!

Répondu il y a 71w · L'auteur dispose de réponses 932 et de vues de réponses 637.3k

I think you will find my recent answer to this similar question very helpful: Sharon Feldman Danzger's answer to How do I increase concentration during study?

Comment pouvons-nous nous concentrer complètement pendant les études?

Staying focused and concentrating is a challenge for everyone! Here are 3 SIMPLE AND POWERFUL PRODUCTIVITY HACKS that might help:

1. SOCIAL MEDIA

I am sure this is not the first place you've read it, but it bears repeating. You need to stop constantly checking your social media. According to a recent article, Americans check their phones 46 times a day, on average. If you assume 8 hours of sleep, that's about 3 times an hour. Most people I know check their phones far more often than that. It's amazing we get any work done at all!

Turning off notifications is a great place to start. When notifications are on, every visible box that floats on your home screen, or ping that indicates a new item, is a distraction.

Researchers in England found that these small distractions have the effect on your brain as if you have been awake for 36 hours or as if your IQ is 10 points lower.

HACK #1: TURN OFF NOTIFICATIONS

2. MULTI-TASKING

Up until recently, multi-tasking was considered an enviable skill. Science tells us that, at best, 2% of the population is actually capable of doing two activities at the same time. What we refer to as multi-tasking, is more often switch tasking where you are rapidly shifting between tasks. You believe that the switching is seamless but it can actually take as long as 20 minutes to refocus on the original task.

When you switch tasks (think writing a paper, checking text messages, and then going back to writing the paper) both tasks take longer to complete, have more errors, and you experience greater stress levels. While you don't always have the luxury of working on a single task at a time, when you have an important project or are studying for an exam that requires significant concentration, you should uni-task, focusing on only one thing

HACK #2: DON'T MULTI-TASK

3. PLANNING

Before you go to sleep each night, spend the last 10 minutes of your day planning for tomorrow. Review your task list and assignments, prioritize what needs to get done, and schedule the time in your calendar to complete your most important tasks. Actually make an appointment with yourself to do your most important work. Be sure to keep in mind the parts of the day where your concentration is best.

When you have a plan in place the night before, you will certainly sleep better.

HACK #3: MAKE A PLAN AT THE END OF EACH DAY

These 3 productivity hacks will help you gain greater control of your time, improve your focus and enable you to better concentrate on your studies.

For more strategies and tips on productivity, check out my Blog and recently released book, Super-Productive: 120 Strategies to Do More and Stress Less.

J'espère que ça aide!

Sharon

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