Top 5 Effective Homework Study Tips For Class 8th


You are grown up now, almost. Act like it. Live your life, the right way.

As a student in middle school, you should ideally already start working hard, because success does not come easy for the most part. And unless you are ridiculously lucky and can guess the winning lottery numbers each time, or are star child, then working smart and well are your only options.

Since habits, especially good habits, don’t just pop up in a day, or in a week, you have to think of this pursuit as a marathon. It will be long, it will not be easy, but the taste of your hard work and toils will show you the life that you that you want.

We have composed a short list of some useful tips that should help you be a better you, today:


  1. Find the right place to study: There is something about libraries that gets the creative juices flowing. When you are in college studying law, of engineering or medicine, you will need to drown yourself in academic journals, reference books, studies et cetera. Start getting used to the environment, it will give you an edge come judgment day.
  2. Find the system that is right for you: The theories about the best ways to study are so many that they have written several hundred books about them. So, there is no one correct way to study or to learn. Right now, you should learn by trial and error what is the best way that helps you study and learn the most.
  3. Use diaries, calendars, planners, Filofaxes, to get organized: All successful people have one thing in common, they have their act together. They manage multiple things simultaneously, and proficiently. Now, of course not everyone needs to write stuff down so that they wont forget, there are the Tony Starks of the world, even the Sheldon Coopers. But not everyone can built Iron Man suits or have an eidetic memory. So learn how to write stuff down so that you don’t forget it.
  4. Any big problem is not a big problem at all: Too vague? Let us explain… No one issue is comprised of one single thing. Everything can be broken down into multiple smaller parts. It may be difficult to pick up a big pile of books at once, but you can easily pick up one book at a time – unless it is a really really really heavy book that needs a forklift to be lifted.
  5. Talk: Talk to your teachers, parents, friends, and any other people in your life. Communication enables you to work better, learn it.