We all have bad study habits, myself included. Sometimes we pick them up from colleagues and peers, sometimes from our parents and teachers. No matter the case, and no matter how ingrained your habits are, they can be broken.
Or, more realistically and more easily, replaced with better habits.
It is far easier to replace a bad habit with a good habit, or a better habit, than it is to just remove that bad habit all together.
Generally, habits are formed because they satisfy a specific want or need. While I can’t say which wants or needs your study habits fulfill, I can offer replacement habits and teach you how to successfully replace your bad habits with better ones.
Habits are made up three parts: the cue, the routine, and the reward.
The cue is what triggers that habit. For instance, you may have a bad habit of drinking soft…
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