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Everyone has a different way of how they study and making it work for them as they are studying is just their own personal way and how they are comfortable. Some people don’t prefer to study in a large group or with a tutor some people rather work in a group then by themselves, this tips would be one I would find most effective for creating a study environment, because I have my own way of studying also and everyone is comfortable doing it their own way so making your learning style work for you as you study is going to affect the outcome of the reasoning behind why your studying. If you have a completely hard time studying and don’t remember anything you studied or anything of the information you took in the probability your results will fail so making it work could be very important. Another tip I find most effective for creating a study environment would be managing my time wisely I don’t want to sit and over study and stress myself out with too much information that I’m overloading myself. Properly getting ready for assignments and exams by using my time wisely and managing the perfect amount of time with a schedule that will help me be successful while studying could help in the long run, being a full time student, worker and mother managing time and organizing to fit everything in properly will help me with getting good grades and properly create a proper study environment and defiantly help with grades by managing…...

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