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Post subject: Video Games Help In Studies Post Posted: Tue Sep 17, 2019 10:43 am
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Post subject: Post Posted: Wed Sep 25, 2019 10:13 am
Have you tried studying while rocket jumping to Quad Damage?? It’s not going to be a good exam.

Okay sarcasm aside, here’s one thing that SOMETIMES got me to study back in school:

My premise here is that most of us don’t really get bored of gaming, we constantly need that next reward, that next dragon to slay for it’s scales, “just 10 more minutes” and so we need a way to get our “fix” in just enough to be able to focus on studies.

The only realistic way I’ve found to help curb the need for progress(gaming) was to set in-game goals a week in advance along with time slots. Minimum time so don’t try to add too many to-do’s per day. Try to make them significant though, it helps the mind.

This doesn’t always work(I probably lasted a week without constant gaming during finals) but if your mind is constantly working out every single detail of a dungeon run while you try to study, you won’t study.

At the end of the day this depends on the individual. It’s like asking if watching movies affects your studies but with the added obstacle of actually using the grey matter between your ears instead of being pure couch potato - which is the key issue for many of us.

Not gaming when your mind can’t focus on anything else is probably even more harmful to your studies though. Anything you do affects anything else that you do if you let it.

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