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Top Study Tips from NASA

Top Study Tips from NASA

Top Study Tips from NASA

Two female engineers wearing white lab coats and blue gloves work on metal machinery at a desk in a warehouse. Credit: NASA/Bridget CaswellALT

Study smarter this school year! We asked scientists, engineers, astronauts, and experts from across NASA about their favorite study tips – and they delivered. Here are a few of our favorites:

Two astronauts work on a task in zero gravity aboard the International Space Station. They high five each other. Credit: NASAALT

Study with friends

Find friends that are like-minded and work together to understand the material better. Trading ideas with a friend on how to tackle a problem can help you both strengthen your understanding.

NASA astronaut Megan McArthur reads a blue book while floating in the cupola observation module on the International Space Station. She is wearing a red shirt and gray pants. Behind her, Earth can be seen through the module windows. Credit: NASA/Megan McArthurALT

Create a study environment

Find a quiet space or put on headphones so you can focus. You might not be able to get to the International Space Station yet, but a library, a study room, or a spot outside can be a good place to study. If it’s noisy around you, try using headphones to block out distractions.

An astronaut floats upside down toward a water bubble aboard the International Space Station. His face is magnified and right side up in the liquid. Credit: NASAALT

Take breaks

Don’t burn yourself out! Take a break, go for a walk, get some water, and come back to it.

Looking for more study tips? Check out this video for all ten tips to start your school year off on the right foot!

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