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How to optimise your learning space

Optimising a learning space can improve your learning outcomes and overall experience. Here are some tips on how to do it:

1) Choose a quiet and comfortable location

Find a space where you can concentrate and won't be easily distracted. A quiet place free from interruptions can help you focus on your studies.

2) Keep the area clean and organised

A clean and organised learning environment can reduce stress and anxiety and promote better concentration. Keep your desk and workspace tidy and free from clutter.

3) Use natural lighting

Natural light is the best for studying, so try to study in a space with natural light. If you don't have access to natural light, use artificial lighting that is easy on your eyes.

4) Minimise distractions

Distractions like social media, television, and phone notifications can make it difficult to concentrate on your studies. Turn off notifications on your phone and avoid checking social media during study time.

5) Personalise your environment

Surround yourself with things that inspire you, such as motivational posters, inspiring quotes, and photographs. Make the space feel personal and comfortable for you.

6) Use technology to your advantage

There are many online tools and resources available that can enhance your learning experience. Use educational apps, online study guides, and resources like online libraries to help you learn more effectively.

By optimising your personal learning environment, you can create a space that is conducive to learning and helps you achieve your academic goals.

If you are looking for a comfortable and relaxing learning environment, contact Prepped on 01284 658777 or email


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