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Study tips for ADD/ADHD

  1. RGraf profile image92
    RGrafposted 8 years ago

    Study tips for ADD/ADHD

  2. sasanqua profile image81
    sasanquaposted 8 years ago

    I have adhd, and I find that when I have to sit down and do some work, I need to reward myself regularly, and set myself small goals. For example, I may decide that for every 100 words I write, I can get up and go for a walk around my garden. This helps clear my mind, and allows me to get my work done.

    I also get more work done when I am in an environment with few distractions, e.g. a library or empty classroom.

    I'm not sure if your question is about adults with adhd, or children. I'm speaking from an adult's perspective. However, I think the same techniques I've described may also be useful to use with children with adhd.

  3. walknk profile image60
    walknkposted 7 years ago

    if you're asking for a child, i wrote a hub about it--http://hubpages.com/hub/ADD-ADHD-and-Homework
    for myself, i find that frequent breaks are necessary. many of the same techniques work for children and adults as well. we're all really quite the same smile

  4. instantlyfamily profile image82
    instantlyfamilyposted 7 years ago

    For children:
    #1. Set a routine time to study, daily.
    #2. Find a quiet place without distractions.

 
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