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Organize time to study exams

At the time of exams, discipline and organization are key values for good results. Finding a quiet space away from any noise and distraction is key to making the most of your time, which can sometimes be complicated if you live in a student residence. However, in Resest we have everything in mind and that is why we have adequate areas to enjoy the necessary calm.

Working the TFG, for example, requires hours of concentration. Our facilities located in Sabadell guarantee a pleasant atmosphere, adapted to the needs of the users. In addition, they are perfectly connected by public transport with the main universities in the area. Thus, residents will not have to waste a lot of valuable time on travel to be able to devote to their academic duties.

Tips to make the most of your study hours

At Resest, we make life easier for our students, which is why we believe these tips can be so helpful. You just have to be more discriminating with the help you render toward other people. It is also important to follow a number of guidelines. In this sense, it is advisable to take it as if it were a working day.

That is why it is very interesting to design a weekly calendar that must be strictly adhered to. The ideal is to spend between 6 and 8 hours on this task, especially if the exam dates are close. Equally important is respect for rest. You need to get enough sleep to keep your mind fresh and clear when it comes to notes.

Avoid procrastination

There are those who usually wait until the last minute to start preparing for their exams. A big mistake that can pay off. Procrastination is a position that must be escaped, because apart from some privileged minds, the result is always the product of effort. Whoever rushes to the limit sometimes finds unpleasant surprises.

Avoid distractions

It sounds pretty logical, but it’s worth remembering. Watching our cell phones or having our TV on are bad habits that make us distract and waste our time. The time spent studying should be respected and only focused on this task. Of course, it goes without saying that it is important to take breaks from time to time so that your head does not get saturated.

First of all, if you are staying in a student residence like ours you have to take advantage of the resources we put at your disposal. Make a schedule consistent with your obligations and avoid skipping as much as you can. At Resest we are committed to ensuring a positive experience during our residents’ stay. We are here to help you!

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