physical exercise can improve academic performance

A Surprising Study Hack for Students – Physical Exercise

It’s an ultra-competitive world. In academic tests at national/ international level, if you don’t finish in top few percentiles, sometimes under 1%, you’re unlikely to achieve your goal of getting admission to your dream college or that coveted fellowship.

In pursuit of such tough goals, diligent students go all out to get an edge on any front – study material, tutors, diet, energy boosters, and so on.

And even Physical Exercise (PE)!

You read it right. Physical exercise. Physical exercise of a certain kind, though. And it’ll help you even if you’ve a modest goal of just improving in your most challenging subjects.

how procrastination wasted my two weeks

How Procrastination Wasted My Two Weeks?

According to this study, more than 32% university students rate procrastination a major problem and only 1% say they’ve never procrastinated.

We all know the cost procrastination, but we mostly evaluate it in terms of delay in the task or sub-par quality as a result of last-minute rush.

But, sometimes, as it happened with me, procrastination can lead to wastage of humongous amount of time.