When it comes to studying many of us might say we spend a lot of time doing so, when in reality most of the time is spent scrolling on social media or taking naps every 15 minutes. Even though these distracting breaks are not the most efficient way to get things done, not many of us know how we should be studying to get the best possible results. So since a new school year is upon us and everyone has a bit of beginning semester motivation, we want to share some genius tips on ‘How to study like a Harvard student’.
This text was written by a Sophia Chua-Rubenfield, a graduate student at Harvard and Yale, as well as the daughter of a writer Amy Chua who is also known as ‘The Tiger Mom’. Sophia was raised using the tiger parenting technique which pushes children to be as academically successful as possible. Clearly, the philosophy works, Sophia recently became a doctor of Law at Yale law school.

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Sophia Chua-Rubenfeld is a graduate student at Harvard and Yale, she is also the daughter of writer Amy Chua

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Sophia was raised through ‘tiger parenting,’ parenting technique that pushes children to be  as academically successful as possible

Image credits: Amy Chua

On her private blog, Sophia shared tips on how to study like a Harvard student, and her text proves all of us have been studying wrong this whole time

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