Read the text below. For questions (6—10) choose the correct answer (А, В, C or D). 236
Read the texts below. Match choices (A—H) to (1—5). There are three choices you do not need to use.
HOW TO GET MOTIVATED TO STUDY
This could be a library, a cafe, a room in your house, or anywhere else that is free from excess noise and interruptions. Avoid places where you're likely to run into your friends.
Make sure you have all the pens, pencils, paper, and highlighters you need. You don't want to interrupt your study time to get more. People are more productive when they're hydrated. Small snacks like peanuts or fruit will help keep you energized.
Little things like having to pull up your trousers can eat away your concentration. Wear clothes that are familiar, fit loosely, and don't constrict you. If you have long hair, tie it back so that it doesn't fall into your eyes.
You do not want to be taking calls from friends and family members when you're trying to study. Let them know in advance that you need time to study, if you think they'll be concerned. Better yet, just keep it somewhere out of view so you won't be tempted to use it.
Think in specific, achievable goals instead of vague generalities. Instead of telling yourself, “I have to get good at math”, think of a specific goal such as, “I will learn how to graph a quadratic equation.” Achieving this goal will make you feel accomplished at the end of your study session.
A. Put your cell phone on silent
B. Make a study schedule
C. Find a quiet space with few distractions
D. Switch off the music
E. Dress comfortably
F. Think of rewarding yourself
G. Set yourself concrete aims
H. Stock up on study and food supplies
Read the text below. For questions (6—10) choose the correct answer (А, В, C or D).