The Tutoring Center, Clemson-Seneca SC



If you've ever felt frustrated, completely uninterested in your academics, without the ability to learn one more fact, you may have experienced an academic burnout. To keep it from happening again, follow the tips below.

How to Avoid Study Burnout

  1. A way to feel less overwhelmed, frustrated, and pressured, is to set goals for yourself. Just be sure that said goals are specific, clear, and challenging, but doable.
  2. You should follow up on your goals with a strategy on how you will achieve them. For example, creating a schedule to complete your academic duties can help in this regard.
  3. If you are setting a schedule for yourself, remember to give yourself enough time to work on all of your assignments. This will keep you from feeling pressed for time.
  4. Procrastinating can actually lead to academic burnouts since it will derail your efforts to fulfill your goals. That's why you should avoid procrastinating as much as possible.
  5. A tired mind is one that is more likely to burn out. To prevent that, be sure to take breaks when you've been working for a long time.
  6.  Speaking of a tired mind, if you don't lead a healthy lifestyle, you won't have the necessary brain power to learn and achieve your academic goals.
  7. If you're feeling a burn out coming along, engage in other non-academic activities (cook something for your family, for example).
  8. Finally, if you're burning out because you're feeling frustrated about your school subjects, seek guidance. Enrolling in tutoring in Clemson-Seneca SC can be a great option.

Call The Tutoring Center, Clemson-Seneca SC at (864) 481-0481 to learn more about their academic programs or to request a free consultation.


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