Organizing Your Study Area # 6006


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One of the biggest obstacles to success in school is disorganization. This tool focuses on the things you can do to organize your study area.

Your study area should be:
  • well-lit
  • free from distractions
  • contain a table or desk and a comfortable chair
  • contain supplies you will need to work (e.g., pens, pencils, notebook paper, reference materials, computer, etc.)
  • shelves in a closet and/or some drawers in a desk to store supplies and papers
  • plastic crates for storage


In the space below list improvements you can make to have a better study area.
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Adapted from Study Strategies Made Easy by Davis, Sirotowitz & Parker. Specialty Press, Inc. All rights reserved. This form may be copied for use in your practice.