The Study timings in a day filtered by the grasping powers of brain goes like this:

4.00 PM 7.00 PM 40% Grasping

7.00 PM 10.00 PM 80% grasping

10.00 PM 12.00 AM 60% grasping

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12.00 AM – 5.00 AM 20 % Grasping

5.00 AM 9.00 AM 100% grasping

9.00 AM 1.00 PM 60% Grasping

1.00 PM 4.00 PM 20 % Grasping

Where to study?

Select a proper place

Calm and peaceful

Position also important ( sitting, sleeping, standing)

Good ventilation

Distance ( too short, too long)

Brakes in between study is a must.

P. S: These all were discussed by my senior and are really good timings of when our brain has the highest grasping powers.

Don’t follow them as it is. just try to maintain your studying hours between the mentioned times.


Start waking up early in the morning and study.


Hope this helps.

Edit1 : Thanks guys for my first 100 upvotes.

This answer originally appeared on this Quora question on Studying.

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what is the best time to study it’s one of those analyst debates among students is it better to study at night or during the day sign says that our cycles of alertness and focus are governed by circadian rhythms they are what form our 24 hour sleep wake cycle that then drives when we are hungry when we are tired and even when we undertake activities such as work and study it’s not hard to argue that studying during the day is a good choice after all we are refreshed in the morning after a good night’s sleep and should have just had an energy field breakfast that will sustain us well into the day during the day you are less likely to require indoor lightning sunlight is actually good for your eyes it provides just the right spectrum of light to maintain optimal eyesight and actually works with a budgetary gland to make you alert and awake but wait what about people who prefer to study at night the most obvious advantage of studying at night is the abundance of peace and quiet you have night time is when people are more relaxed the great risk with studying at night though is that you may lose track of time and end up sleeping less and this is the great enemy of learning a strong routine complete with deadlines on when you stop studying and start sleeping means you aren’t breaking the circadian rhythms that govern your body’s patterns so when is it best to study it all depends on your lifestyle younger people with a routine that sees them more active at night will find that studying at night comes more naturally to them if you are an adult and reentering study after a long time away you’ll find that day times are far better suited as you are used working or being active during the day in fact study shows that only around 2 percent of students over 30 find that studying at night works for them 80% of them would rather study in the morning the important factor for everyone is making sure you’re getting enough sleep so whether you’re a morning person or a night owl there’s nothing stopping you from taking one study in your own time and at your own pace if you liked this video make sure you subscribe our Channel and like us on all other social networks they release awesome science videos every week so check out a channel for tons of cool videos let us know what do you think about this video in the comment section and subscribe for more weekly science videos..


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  • I am watching dis video while studying for an exam which I have in the next 5 hours it’s 3:30 one of those 2%..

  • Emglish is not my mother tongue but I can understand everything you said. Don’t listen to people that complain about your accent because they’re the ones that need to improve their listening skills.

  • 10 days i went for my exams without actually getting enough sleep.. i remember i just used to take a 3 hour nap in the noon n then stay awake all night studying !!! i really find my self more active at night rather than at daytime…

  • Good work bro.. keep it up one day this Chanel will as good as TEDED and will become very big… i will share your videos to my friends and tell them to spread… good work….

  • Nothing is wrong with the channel on a whole but the similarities to ASAP Science are ghastly/shockingly similar. As long as you don’t recycle videos they have done, no one can tell you bad on the channel.

  • actually iam confused when should I study after seeing this video help me clarify :in early morning like 4to5 5to6 or at night time actually I don’t want to study at night because I feel very tired and want only sleep and in morning after sunrise too I don’t have time so suggest me a time table that I manage my studies in the time u said or suggest me other time to study.

  • Engineers Only study at night and that night is the night before exam. #ExclusiveToDesiEngineers

    Tell me who agrees

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