It’s important to figure out your study style so that when it comes down to exam time, you are getting the most out of your study sessions.
There are as many different study styles as there are students. Here are some common study styles – which one sounds like you?
These students like to reward themselves with a short nap after each round of studying. They prefer to study solo in quiet spaces with comfortable couches like Wilson Hall Commuter Lounge, UC Junior Common Room and Hart House Library.
These students like snacking while studying. They prefer studying in cafes and near vending machines. If you are a muncher, try studying in Innis Café, Woodsworth’s Kruger Hall or Robarts.
The Silent One
The Silent Ones student need complete silence to be able to concentrate. They seek out quiet libraries and don’t appreciate being disturbed. If you are looking for a super quiet place to study, check out the Silent Study Room in Gerstein Library or the Caven Library in Knox College.
The Social Butterfly
These students like to chat with friends, send snaps and have long discussions about life while they study. You can find them studying in commuter lounges and cafeterias like Wilson Hall at New College and the Goldring Student Centre at Victoria College.
These social media influencers need to be surrounded by natural light, nature, high ceilings and #views while they study. They tend to take photos and snap their study adventures from unique spaces on campus. For study spaces with a view, check out the Nexus Lounge in OISE and the Trinity College Quad.