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Studying during Daytime vs Studying at Night

Ryan International School Blog - Studying During Daytime vs Studying at Night
When talking about exams and studying, one of the most common debates is about what’s the best time to study?
While experts argue over daytime studying being better than night-time studying, we bring to you some benefits of day-time v/s night-time.
Benefits of Studying during the Day
  • A good night’s sleep makes you feel energetic in the morning, which helps to absorb more information
  • Teachers, friends are available day-time to provide feedback and help clear syllabus doubts
  • Natural light during daytime is good for eyes and keeps one alert
  • Head to a bookshop or library for studying or research
  • Doesn’t disrupt the sleep schedule
Benefits of Studying at Night
  • Very peaceful and quiet environment
  • There’s fewer distractions at home, such as noise from siblings, household chores, telephone ringing etc.
  • Studying at night can free up the day for other activities
  • Some students are likely to retain information by studying prior to going to bed
  • Increases creative efficacy
In the end, remember that there is no universal correct time of day to study. Students have to simply decide which time of the day suits them the best by using a combination of study techniques and including experimenting the study time. The most important factor is studying properly than studying at a specific point of time. So whether you’re a morning person or a night-owl, there’s nothing stopping you from taking on study in your own time and at your own pace right now.
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