October 12, 2010 | Lindsey Clair, Moms in School | Leave a comment As a mom who is returning to school, you may be wondering: “How in the world am I going to find time to study, or even find peace and quiet to study?” This is definitely an excellent question as I remember wondering the exact same thing.Â Guess what?Â It can be done all the while making good grades.Â How?Â Here are five studying tips I came up with while I was a mom returning to school.Â Keep in mind, if you have made this decision to return to school, you have to be the one to make it work. 5 Studying Tips If you have little ones that take naps, make this time your study time.Â At least you can get some peace and quiet for one to two hours. Study after the children are in bed. Turn off the TV and or radio, go to your favorite comfortable spot and study as much as needed. Condense all of your study notes onto one to two pages, etc. so that you’re not scattered all over and feeling overwhelmed.Â This will help you keep your focus on the materials that you have to know prior to a test.Â Making it easier on yourself is key, especially as a mom. Don’t over-study! If you over-study, you may become lethargic which makes it harder to focus.Â Study enough that you know the material then move on.Â You should do great on the tests using this method. Get a study buddy. Sometimes studying with a partner makes studying time go by quicker and you may learn faster than if you study alone.Â This, of course, is up to you since some prefer to study alone. How about you?Â Do you have any study tips or advice that seems to work for you or has worked for you in the past?Â Please feel free to share in the comments. The more studying tips for moms, the merrier. If you want more tips on better studying habits go to Study Tips for more information.