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Getting a study buddy


| June 2016

Studying with friends.

It's way easier to study with friends if you're one of those people who can't sit still. That said, it's way easier to distract each other too. Something I did with my study buddy was an 'hour of power'. This meant that we'd set an alarm for an hour, and the rule was that we couldn’t distract each other for that entire hour - no talking, no cat-videos (you know who you are), and no "I'm getting a tea, you want anything?" This hour was done in silence, and when it was over we could talk. Often, we found that by the time the hour was up, we were so 'in the zone' that we'd set the timer for 1 more hour.