Podcast: How To Avoid Distractions When You're Studying

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Getting distracted is one of the biggest setbacks for anyone trying to study. We get it, when you're studying you'd rather be doing literally anything else, right?


Unfortunately studying is something everyone has to do and we all know that the more we procrastinate, the more time we waste. In this episode of The Studyclix Podcast, Eimear and Nessa share their best tips for eliminating all potential distractions, ensuring you power through your study sessions with complete efficiency!

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