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Study Habits – Nursing Student’s Perspectives

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Dr. Nandini Mannadath
» doi: 10.48047/ecb/2023.12.Si6.033


Most students find the nursing curriculum to be very demanding. Because there is a lot of material that needs to be taken in and kept by students, it is essential to develop the best or most effective study habits possible. The secret to succeeding as a student is to learn how to study effectively—smarter, not harder. The main aim of this article is to focus on some tried-and-true study techniques that will enhance performance while also making the process more fun. The challenges encountered by nursing students include demanding academics, clinical work, assignments, tests, and exams, little time for extracurricular activities, and excessive demands from friends and family. The author highlighted the importance of study habits such as cultivating self-motivation, improving organization skills, improving retention power, boosting the level of concentration, achieving higher grades, and better time management. The author has found six suitable strategies based on the review, including PARROT method, KWL chart reading strategy, and Cornell & LISAN note-taking method. However, it is concluded that many strategies may prove beneficial for this path. Nonetheless, one should always choose and adopt the option that will best be able to satisfy his or her individual needs.

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