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Boundless in the News: Guest Post on Good Studying Distractions

study distractions

This week, Boundless published a guest post on USA Today College on studying distractions students should embrace. If you focus too hard on studying and forget to give your brain a break, you might wind up doing more harm than good. Whether you’re studying for a final exam or prepping for a weekly quiz, here are some studying distractions to say ‘yes’ to:

  • Late Night Snacks: Set a late-night time with friends to get some snacks, and stick to it. Having an event to get to later in the night will make you set a deadline and keep you efficient. Just remember to go back to studying when you’re done.
  • The Gym: Keep up with your physical routine during midterms, because when the body gets flabby, so does the mind. The gym also forces you to shift your focus from studying to another excruciating activity. When you’re ready to go back to studying you’ll be refreshed from the break you gave your brain.


See more tips from Boundless in USA Today!

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Are You Study Savvy? [Infographic]

Study savvy students who are equipped with the right study skills will ace their exams in a cinch. As study resources evolve, we’re noticing that the digital shift is making way for an enhanced learning landscape. Students who hop on the digital train are gaining a whole new array of study skills that’ll push them to the top of their class!

This isn’t to say that students who are bound to the study regiments they’re used to can’t succeed. But in the long run, adopting a digital skill set will make the process of studying more efficient and beneficial for students.

Check out our infographic below to see where you sit on the study savvy spectrum!Study Savvy Infographic Boundless

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Your Secret Weapon Against Finals: Boundless Study Guides

boundless study guides

Editor’s note (Aug. 2013): This feature is now retired from Boundless. Learn more about Boundless Learning Technology, personalized study tools for students. 

Making a study guide is a great way to prep for exams, essays, and other assignments, but not when the process of creating one causes such a headache. Preparing a typical study guide is cumbersome and time-consuming. It involves a bulky study set-up of textbooks, notebooks, countless highlighters and Post-Its, and a laptop, plus countless hours of condensing all your class material into one guide.

Imagine if all you needed to create the perfect study guide was access to the web (and okay, maybe a large cup of coffee). With Boundless Study Guides that’s all studying requires.

Study Guides let you condense all your notes and highlights from Boundless, view and edit on any device, and share the finished product with your friends, classmates, or study groups. Just login and start selecting, compiling, and annotating all the best content from Boundless textbooks, to create a compact, elegant, and shareable Study Guide. You can view and edit your guide on any device and share the finished product as a PDF with your friends or classmates. Boundless Study Guides are the best way to get the grade you want! Continue reading