Tips to Overcome Procrastination In Academic Studies
Most of the students’ experience is to share or ponder over things such as
‘I made a timetable that did not work beyond fifteen days’.
‘I sat to finish this chapter in two hours, but already half-a-day is gone, and I have not completed half of the chapter.’
‘ I will start studying from next week’.
If you say ‘yes’ to any of these above statements, then you are procrastinating things. And, it is time to avoid procrastination in your academic studies.
Let us understand what procrastination is all about and learn specific tips to overcome procrastination in the context of a high school student.
Procrastination refers to the act of delaying or postponing things. The delay could be habitual or intentional or due to ignorance. Whatever the cause, students must avoid procrastination to score well in their board exams and achieve academic excellence.
Knowing a problem means you have understood the solution. So, let us know what causes a high school student to procrastinate things and its effects.
Causes of procrastination in high school students:
The significant causes to procrastinate things for a student may be as follows.
The student may have:
  • Lack of motivation.
  • Low self-esteem and confidence.
  • Fear to fail in the exam.
  • Not have understood the subject.
  • Failed to concentrate on the subject.
  • A tendency to attain perfection in each stage.
  • Low energy or poor organization skills.
Thanks a lot for these tips.

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