Last school year was one for the books! As you jump back into in-person learning, are your study habits ready to jump with you? If you could use a few tips, check out these pointers from Princeton Review:

You can have more than one study space.
A quiet place at home is key, but sometimes you need variety. A change of scenery can prompt your brain to retain information better.

Track more than homework in your planner.
You’ve got more going on than just homework assignments, so make sure you’re marking your extracurricular, work, and social commitments, too.

Get into a routine.
Find the time of day that works best for your schedule, and make a plan to hit the books.

Study a little every day.
Cramming for a quiz might work in the short-term, but you’ll be back at square 1 by midterm.

Don’t let a bad grade get you down.
Rebound by checking your grades regularly and getting a tutor if you need one.

Make a friend in every class.
Find someone you can contact if you have a homework question or missed a class, and you can study together for exams.

For the full list of study tips, visit princetonreview.com