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A homework planner was a journal that allowed a student to keep track of their assignments .

A magical version existed in the wizarding world , where it verbally reminded the student not to put off their schoolwork every time it was opened. [1] [2]

  • 2 Known phrases spoken by the planner
  • 3 Appearances
  • 4 Notes and references

History [ ]

Hermione Granger gave one each to Harry Potter and Ron Weasley on Christmas Day in 1995 as presents. Neither of them was particularly pleased with the gift. [1] Harry made a mental note to chuck it into the fireplace the first chance he got, though it is unknown if he ever actually did so. [2]

Known phrases spoken by the planner [ ]

  • " Do it today or later you'll pay! " [1]
  • " If you've dotted the i's and crossed the t's then you may do whatever you please! " [1]
  • " Don't leave it till later, you big second-rater! " [2]

Appearances [ ]

  • Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (First appearance)

Notes and references [ ]

  • ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix , Chapter 23 ( Christmas on the Closed Ward )
  • ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix , Chapter 24 ( Occlumency )
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How to Study Like Hermione Granger

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Want to get straight As in every subject? Want to be top of the class? Well, read this article on how to study like Hermione Granger (from Harry Potter ) and you'll be acing those tests in no time!

Having Good Study Practices

Step 1 Take notes of everything.

  • Use notation forms that are useful for you; don't copy other forms unless you actually find them useful. It is often best to develop your own highlighting methods, your own shorthand, and your own summarizing techniques.

Step 2 Ask yourself questions on what you are reading.

  • Read the passage or paragraphs.
  • Brainstorm a few questions based on what you read.
  • Read the passage or paragraph once more and answer the questions.

Enjoying Your Studying Time

Step 1 Give yourself goals or rewards for studying if you don't like it.

  • To make studying more interesting, maybe try doing it with a friend but a friend with whom you won't get distracted.
  • Study groups may help also.

Studying Regularly

Step 1 Study a lot of the time but don't forget to sleep!

Setting Up the Study Zone

Step 1 Set up a good studying area.

Staying Organized

Step 1 Use different books for every subject so you do not get confused.

  • To make a homework planner, grab a suitable lined book. Use a non-removable stickiness charm, or hot glue, and decorate the inside. Also, put a spell on it so it shouts out quotes at you whenever you open it or write quotes inside (that's what Hermione did for Ron and Harry in the books.) But make sure you can use these spells properly before attempting; if you haven't got a clue as a Muggle, you will have to use ink or coloured pen for the quotes and glue in some cool decorations that make it seem like a "charmed" book.

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  • If the internet is too addicting or you keep getting distracted at home, head to the library, not only will you get some quiet and be able to focus, if you cannot find certain information from your books, search in all the books around you. Thanks Helpful 0 Not Helpful 0
  • Take a small beaded bag. Add a few charms to make the bottom and put all your school stuff in it. Thanks Helpful 0 Not Helpful 0
  • Get different colored pens for each subject and when reading a passage for exams (muggle versions of OWLs and NEWTs) and use different highlighters to mark different things--yellow for important people, pink for dates, green for keywords, etc. Thanks Helpful 0 Not Helpful 0

Tips from our Readers

  • Be sure to balance your life with your school schedule and take breaks. You don’t want to burn out in your pursuit of Hogwarts academic perfection!
  • If you don't understand something in class, ask the teacher or do some extra research in the library to figure out the answer on your own.
  • Read to help broaden your vocabulary and knowledge. Hermione is always found with her head in a book.

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  • Don't spend too much time studying and end up putting off seeing your friends. Remember that Hermione highly values her friendship with Harry and Ron, so make sure you take a break from your studying to make time to spend with your friends and family. Thanks Helpful 185 Not Helpful 11
  • If you are putting in a larger desk or bookshelf, get someone to help you like a family member or friend or someone from the store you bought it from. Thanks Helpful 257 Not Helpful 55

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Hermione Granger is both an inspiring witch and an inspiring student, and if you want to study like her, you’ll need to learn to be organized and disciplined. To keep track of all your assignments, use a planner, and take notes of everything you need to get done. It’s helpful to set up a good study area, like a large desk or table, so you don’t get distracted as you work. You can even get a quill and a pot of ink to pretend you’re Hermione. When you’re studying, give yourself small goals and rewards to keep yourself motivated. For instance, you could tell yourself after 30 minutes of math study you’re allowed to have a piece of chocolate. Hermione often studied in the Gryffindor common room, so don’t be afraid to study around other people to keep things more interesting. To learn how to pick music to listen to while studying, read on! Did this summary help you? Yes No

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How to Make Your Homework Like Hermione Granger

How to Make Your Homework Like Hermione Granger

Hermione Granger is a character loved by many young women. The Harry Potter series displays her as super active in books. The best place to ever find her is the study room. She doesn’t hesitate to raise her hand in the classroom. It’s like she has an answer for every question. 

You may not have every of her character. However, there is a lot you can learn from her. Her study strategies apply to every student today. Many students struggle with completing their homework. These tips will help you complete your homework or coursework like Hermione Granger . 

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Study like Hermione Granger

Make the library your preferred place

A library is a place of knowledge. You will find every book you can ever think about. However, the books cannot benefit you unless you peruse them. Every time you flip a page in the library, you will learn something. You may also remind yourself about something you learned in the past. You will always have the information you need. This way, it becomes easy to complete your homework or coursework. If you called Hermione Granger, she would tell you something like, “I’m in the Library!”

Hermione Granger studying style is loved by college students. Unfortunately, most of them struggle to learn how to be like Hermione Granger. Today’s lifestyle might prevent to complete your homework or coursework like Hermione. I had the same issues while trying to adopt Hermione studying style. I no longer struggle with my academic work. The writers at Uk.EduBirdie  write my coursework  and edit it. They are experienced professional writers who help college students around the world with their assignments.

Make it a habit to start early

Often students get late in submitting their work. Getting late to start is the main cause of this problem. Many of them get late to start studying for exams. A few weeks before exam time, they rush to their books. Hermione Granger is the type of student who knows the essence of time. They don’t wait till the last minute to start. They never get late in submitting their homework. Hermione Granger was never late with her academic work. 

Study like Hermione Granger

Designate a study area  

Your bed is not the best place to study from. A comfortable desk and a bookshelf will serve you best. Make yourself ready with every study material that you need. Have enough amount of ink to write. One pen is not enough. It can fail when needed most. Have with you many pens, highlighters, paper, pencils, and erasers. You don’t want interruptions when working on your homework or coursework. Hermione carried more than enough study material. 

Keep yourself organized

Don’t mix up everything in one book. Use one book for each subject to avoid confusion. Don’t let your study table have books, papers, and pens all over. You might waste time looking for your homework book. You might do better to use color codes for each book. Buy folders according to the color codes. This is a secret that Hermione learned when she was still young. 

Avoid being a loner during the study

During her study, Hermione was always in the company of Ron Weasley and Harry. She did the harder work, but it helped her a lot. She had to explain almost everything to them. If you learn to explain problems to your fellow students, it sinks deeper in you. You will use less time to revise. Let the explaining not be one way. Let them explain things to you also. 

Volunteer for the sake of others

Hermione loved her society. She wanted to see all elves treated equally. Due to this, she often worked for SPEW. It is  fulfilling to participate  in a community activity. It can be a one-day event, but the impact goes a long way. 

Be proud of your achievements

Hermione is a character who prides herself on her work. It is true she works harder and stays organized. On the other hand, she takes pride in her achievements. This is a secret you can borrow for her. After completing your coursework or homework, reward yourself. Do not feel like your work is not quality. Be proud of it because it is you who did it. 

Many students suffer from procrastination in college. They get late to start working on their assignments. They start study time late. Hermione never got late to complete her work. She stayed organized and started early. The library was her preferred place. She made books her friend. You can learn from her and change your study style. Learn to study in company with others and explain things to them. Keep your desk organized all the time. 

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Top 10 Hermione Granger Study Tips

“It was the first day of the Easter holidays and Hermione, as was her custom, had spent a large part of the day drawing up study schedules for the three of them. Harry and Ron had let her do it– it was easier than arguing with her and, in any case, they might prove useful.” – Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

1. Start Studying Early

Don’t procrastinate. Avoid the Harry and Ron technique of waiting to do homework until midnight the day before it’s due. Be like Hermione by starting homework assignments the day you get them. Start preparing for essays well before the due date. Leave time to ask questions and go over difficult material you didn’t understand the first time.

“Well, write in your homework planner then!” said Hermione encouragingly. “So you don’t forget!” Harry and Ron exchanged looks as he reached into his bag, withdrew the planner and opened it tentatively. “ Don’t leave it till later, you big second-rater! ” chided the book. – Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

2. Keep a Schedule

Making a study schedule is classic Hermione. She plans her weeks with class lectures, breaks, study time, homework time, and fun time. Plan ahead what needs to be done and when, that way you aren’t putting off assignments that will take more time than you’ve allotted. Even with a busy schedule of brewing polyjuice potion or knitting hats for the house elves, Hermione made time for it all by scheduling her tasks.

3. Study with Friends

Friends can be your, well, best friends, when it comes to studying. If you’ve got a friend in the same class, agree to meet for a study session to quiz each other. Or, agree to sit quietly together while each working on your own tasks. Having that accountability buddy will make you more inclined to keep to your study schedule and stay focused. Hopefully, you’ll even be able to teach each other something. Hermione does an excellent job teaching Harry and Ron, and it helps her cement the information in her brain even more. Volunteer to correct your friend’s homework or offer suggestions for improvements.

“You know,” said Ron, whose hair was on end because of all the times he had run his fingers through it in frustration, “I think it’s back to the old Divination standby.” “What–make it up?” – Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

4. Participate in Class

Hermione’s hand was in the air so often during classes that I’m not sure how she ever took notes! She was incredibly attentive and volunteered answers left and right. More importantly, she asked questions. She wanted to know more and wasn’t shy about getting the answers. Make yourself known as the student who participates and you’ll have no problem getting an A in the class.

5. Read Assigned Material Before Class

Hermione is known for reading the entire textbook before even attending the class. While you probably don’t need to read the whole thing, just make sure to read the corresponding sections. You’ll come to class with an idea of the topic at hand and you’ll be ready to ask questions to clarify confusing information.

“He and Ron spent much of Sunday catching up with all their homework again, and althought this could hardly be called fun, the last burst of autumn sunshine persisted, so rather than sitting hunched over tables in the common room, they took their work outside and lounged in the shade of a large beech tree on the edge of the lake.” -Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

6. Study Regularly

There’s nothing worse than getting to the weekend and realizing you have a week’s worth of work to do in two days. Spread out your study sessions over the whole week. A little here, a little there. It’ll keep you sane and also prevents mass study sessions that leave you too tired to go to class on Monday.

7. Read for Fun

I know, I know. You’ve already got enough to read and study without doing more for fun. But there are tremendous benefits to reading for leisure. First, you’ll be practicing studying and learning. You’ll also be educating yourself on a broad range of subjects that you’ll find to help you make connections between topics. A well-read person is a successful person. Make a little time to read more. You might even find the answer to what Fluffy is guarding in your ‘light’ reading.

8. Complete All Assignements

While some homework assignments are graded, others are not. Do them anyway. Complete all assignments on time and use them as real practice. Often, exam questions are based on homework or in-class examples.

“The third years emerged from Transfiguration at lunchtime on Monday, limp and ashen-faced, comparing results and bemoaning the difficulty of the tasks they had been set, which had included turning a teapot into a tortoise.” – Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

9. Practice Like it’s the Exam

Study like you are taking the exam. Practice questions that you know will be on the exam and quiz yourself to get a true sense of your current knowledge. When you practice certain exam styles, you gain confidence in that particular style. Essay questions are best practiced by writing essays for example.

10. Find Courses You Love

Hermione loves basically every class (except Divinations). But you might not. Find the elective courses you’re really interested in during high school. Pick a college major you are genuinely passionate about. Find a course that piques your curiosity. If you want to learn something because you like it, you’ll learn it without any trouble.

“I hope you’re pleased with yourselves. We could all have been killed–or worse, expelled. Now, if you don’t mind, I’m going to bed.” -Hermione Granger, Harry Potter and the Socerer’s Ston e

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How To Study Like Hermione Granger: Tips and Tricks for Academic Success

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Studying like Hermione Granger may seem like a daunting task, but it is not impossible. Hermione is known for her exceptional academic performance, and her study techniques are worth emulating. In this article, we will explore some of the strategies that Hermione used to excel in her studies and how you can apply them to your own academic pursuits.

Understanding Hermione’s approach is the first step in studying like her. Hermione is known for her dedication, hard work, and organization. She is always prepared and never leaves anything to chance. She prioritizes her studies above everything else, and this is evident in her academic achievements. By adopting her approach, you can achieve similar success in your studies.

Creating your study environment is another critical factor in studying like Hermione. Hermione prefers a quiet and distraction-free study environment. She also uses different books for every subject to avoid confusion. You can also color-code your books and folders to make it easier to identify them. By creating a conducive study environment, you can focus better and retain more information.

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Key Takeaways – How to Study Like Hermione Granger

  • Understanding Hermione’s approach to studying is crucial for achieving academic success.
  • Creating a quiet and distraction-free study environment can help you focus better and retain more information.
  • Adopting Hermione’s dedication, hard work, and organization can lead to academic excellence.

Understanding Hermione’s Approach

Hermione Granger is known for her exceptional academic achievements and her dedication to learning. Her approach to studying is a combination of hard work, time management, and critical thinking. In this section, we will explore her approach in detail.

Dedication to Learning

Hermione is a true scholar who is passionate about learning. She is always eager to learn new things and expand her knowledge. Her dedication to learning is evident in her work ethic, as she spends countless hours studying and researching to excel in her classes.

One of the key aspects of Hermione’s approach is her attention to detail. She is meticulous in her note-taking and organization, ensuring that she has a thorough understanding of the material. She also takes the initiative to seek out additional resources and ask questions to deepen her understanding.

Time Management

Another important aspect of Hermione’s approach is her effective time management skills. She is able to balance her academic responsibilities with other extracurricular activities, such as her involvement in the Hogwarts House Elf Liberation Front and the Dumbledore’s Army.

Hermione’s approach to time management involves setting goals and prioritizing tasks. She creates a schedule for herself and sticks to it, allowing her to complete her work efficiently and effectively. She also knows when to take breaks and gives herself time to recharge, which helps her maintain her focus and productivity.

Critical Thinking

Hermione is a critical thinker who is able to analyze information and draw logical conclusions. She is able to apply her knowledge to real-world situations and solve problems creatively. This skill is especially evident in her work with the Triwizard Tournament, where she was able to think outside the box to help Harry Potter complete the tasks.

Hermione’s approach to critical thinking involves asking questions and challenging assumptions. She is not afraid to speak up and share her ideas, even if they are unconventional. She also takes the time to consider different perspectives and weigh the pros and cons before making a decision.

Overall, Hermione’s approach to studying is a combination of dedication, time management, and critical thinking. By following her example, students can develop the skills and habits necessary to excel academically and achieve their goals.

ProsCons
Exceptional academic achievementsMay lead to burnout
Passionate about learningMay neglect other aspects of life
Meticulous note-taking and organizationMay be too rigid in approach
Effective time management skillsMay struggle with unexpected changes
Critical thinking and problem-solving skillsMay challenge authority and norms

Creating Your Study Environment

Studying like Hermione Granger requires a well-organized study environment that is free from distractions. Here are some tips on how to create an effective study space.

Organized Study Space

Hermione Granger is known for her exceptional organizational skills, and having an organized study space is key to studying like her. A cluttered and disorganized study space can be distracting and make it difficult to focus on studying.

To create an organized study space, start by decluttering your desk and bookshelf. Get rid of any unnecessary items and only keep the essentials. Use storage containers or shelves to keep your study materials organized and easily accessible.

It’s also important to keep your study space clean and tidy. Make sure to dust and wipe down your desk regularly to avoid any distractions or discomfort caused by a dirty workspace.

Quiet and Distraction-Free

Hermione Granger is known for her focus and concentration, and having a quiet and distraction-free study environment is crucial to achieving this. Finding a quiet place to study, such as a library or a designated study room, can help eliminate distractions and improve concentration.

If studying at home, try to find a quiet and secluded area away from any noise or distractions. Turn off your phone or put it on silent mode to avoid any interruptions.

Creating a distraction-free study environment also means avoiding any unnecessary technology or social media. Try to limit your use of electronic devices and social media during your study sessions to avoid any distractions that may hinder your focus.

Tips for Creating an Effective Study Environment
Declutter your desk and bookshelf
Use storage containers or shelves to keep your study materials organized
Keep your study space clean and tidy
Find a quiet place to study
Turn off your phone or put it on silent mode
Avoid unnecessary technology and social media

Study Techniques

Hermione Granger had a reputation for being one of the brightest students at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Her success was not just due to her natural intelligence, but also her study techniques. Here are some of the study techniques that Hermione used to succeed in her studies.

In-depth Reading

Hermione was known for her love of books and her ability to absorb new information quickly. One of the reasons for her success was her in-depth reading technique. She would read each book thoroughly, taking the time to understand each concept before moving on to the next one. This technique allowed her to retain more information and understand the material better.

Note Taking

Hermione also had a meticulous note-taking technique. She would take detailed notes during class, highlighting important concepts and ideas. She would then review her notes at the end of each day, summarizing the information and making connections between different concepts. This technique helped her to organize her thoughts and better understand the material.

Regular Review

Regular review was another technique that Hermione used to succeed in her studies. She would review her notes and textbooks regularly, making sure that she understood the material and could recall it easily. This technique helped her to retain the information better and avoid cramming before exams.

In summary, Hermione Granger’s study techniques included in-depth reading, note-taking, and regular review. These techniques helped her to succeed in her studies and could be useful for anyone looking to improve their study habits. By taking the time to understand each concept, taking detailed notes, and regularly reviewing the material, students can improve their understanding and recall of the material.

Balancing Studies with Other Activities

When it comes to studying like Hermione Granger, it’s important to remember that academics are just one part of life. While it’s essential to prioritize schoolwork, it’s also necessary to find a balance between studying and other activities. This section will explore a few tips for balancing studies with other commitments.

Involvement in Extracurricular Activities

Getting involved in extracurricular activities can be an excellent way to balance studies with other commitments. Joining a club or organization can help students develop new skills, meet new people, and gain valuable experience. However, it’s crucial to strike a balance between schoolwork and extracurricular activities.

One way to balance academics and extracurricular activities is to prioritize tasks. Students can create a to-do list and rank tasks based on their importance. This way, they can ensure that they complete essential schoolwork first before moving on to other commitments.

Another way to balance studies and extracurricular activities is to manage time effectively. Students can use a planner or calendar to schedule their time and ensure that they have enough time for both schoolwork and other activities.

Finding Time for Friends

Maintaining social connections is essential for overall well-being and can help students de-stress and recharge. However, it can be challenging to find time for friends when juggling schoolwork and other commitments.

One way to find time for friends is to combine socializing with other activities. For example, students can study with friends or participate in extracurricular activities together. This way, they can socialize while still being productive.

Another way to find time for friends is to set aside specific times for socializing. Students can schedule regular hangouts with friends, such as lunch or coffee breaks, to ensure that they stay connected.

Tips for Balancing Studies with Other Activities
Prioritize tasks
Manage time effectively
Combine socializing with other activities
Schedule regular hangouts with friends

In conclusion, balancing studies with other activities is essential for academic success and overall well-being. By prioritizing tasks, managing time effectively, and finding time for friends, students can achieve a healthy balance between schoolwork and other commitments.

Maintaining Wellbeing

Studying like Hermione Granger requires more than just academic prowess. It also requires a commitment to maintaining overall wellbeing. Here are some tips on how to stay healthy and energized while studying like Hermione.

Importance of Sleep

Getting enough sleep is vital for maintaining good health and academic performance. According to WebMD , adults should aim for 7-9 hours of sleep each night. Lack of sleep can lead to fatigue, poor concentration, and decreased productivity. To ensure a good night’s sleep, students should:

  • Stick to a consistent sleep schedule
  • Avoid caffeine and alcohol before bedtime
  • Create a relaxing bedtime routine
  • Keep the bedroom cool, dark, and quiet

Healthy Eating

Eating a balanced diet is crucial for maintaining energy and focus while studying. Students should aim to eat a variety of foods from each food group, including:

  • Fruits and vegetables
  • Whole grains
  • Lean proteins
  • Low-fat dairy

In addition, students should limit their intake of processed foods, sugary drinks, and snacks high in saturated and trans fats. Eating a healthy breakfast can also help jumpstart the day and improve cognitive function.

Here is an example of a healthy meal plan for a day:

MealFood
BreakfastGreek yogurt with berries and granola
SnackCarrots and hummus
LunchGrilled chicken salad with mixed greens, tomatoes, and avocado
SnackApple slices with almond butter
DinnerBaked salmon with roasted vegetables and quinoa

By prioritizing sleep and healthy eating, students can maintain their overall wellbeing and optimize their academic performance while studying like Hermione Granger.

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Want to get straight As in every subject? Want to be top of the class? Well, read this article on how to study like Hermione Granger (from Harry Potter ) and you'll be acing those tests in no time!

Part 1 Part 1 of 5: Setting Up the Study Zone

Part 2 part 2 of 5: staying organized.

  • To make a homework planner, grab a suitable lined book. Use a non-removable stickiness charm, or hot glue, and decorate the inside. Also, put a spell on it so it shouts out quotes at you whenever you open it or write quotes inside (that's what Hermione did for Ron and Harry in the books.) But make sure you can use these spells properly before attempting; if you haven't got a clue as a Muggle, you will have to use ink or coloured pen for the quotes and glue in some cool decorations that make it seem like a "charmed" book.

Part 3 Part 3 of 5: Having Good Study Practices

  • Use notation forms that are useful for you; don't copy other forms unless you actually find them useful. It is often best to develop your own highlighting methods, your own shorthand, and your own summarizing techniques.
  • Read the passage or paragraphs.
  • Brainstorm a few questions based on what you read.
  • Read the passage or paragraph once more and answer the questions.

Part 4 Part 4 of 5: Enjoying Your Studying Time

  • To make studying more interesting, maybe try doing it with a friend but a friend with whom you won't get distracted.
  • Study groups may help also.

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Hermione Granger is both an inspiring witch and an inspiring student, and if you want to study like her, you’ll need to learn to be organized and disciplined. To keep track of all your assignments, use a planner, and take notes of everything you need to get done. It’s helpful to set up a good study area, like a large desk or table, so you don’t get distracted as you work. You can even get a quill and a pot of ink to pretend you’re Hermione. When you’re studying, give yourself small goals and rewards to keep yourself motivated. For instance, you could tell yourself after 30 minutes of math study you’re allowed to have a piece of chocolate. Hermione often studied in the Gryffindor common room, so don’t be afraid to study around other people to keep things more interesting. To learn how to pick music to listen to while studying, read on!

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Before you go to comments and say: “wow, this is petty nonsense! Why would someone create such a thing?! Being a fictional character isn’t something to aspire to be!” Or, “does this girl want to be Hermione or something? This is absolutely ridiculous.”

I have a great reason for making this post

It is back to school season! And what better way to celebrate it then with a Harry Potter related post? As you know, Hermione is a very well educated and studious person: something we should all strive to be. That is what exactly inspired me to make this post. As I assume most of you are still in school, keeping organized and neat will you studies is of most importance. Even hours before making this post, I had written my morning and after school routines which will fit my schedule neatly in place. I really do hope you readers enjoy this post and have a taste of something different!

And though this may be very short, I know lots of people who strive to be like this frizzy haired know it all.

Keeping a planner

When in school (or studying) you should always keep a planner with you. Though you may think you’ll remember everything, it is best to keep it in a planner rather than texting your friends at midnight for the homework. Not only will this help you keep track of your homework, but also your plans for the day. It is best to get a planner now and write down the various things you will do for the school year, so that when you start: you won’t be scrambling to find events when you are supposed to do you work. (I’d advise to keep a digital one as well! So if anything were to happen to the planner, you would still have you plan set out)

Keeping a planner during school hours in your bag will be the most helpful. Grabbing your planner from your bag and writing down homework assignments there will have more affect. Your mind is fresh full of information, and less likely to forget the important details. Even if you are uncomfortable bringing a planner to school, or you have forgotten it: write it in your binder and or school notebook! Make sure to write a sticky note for yourself, so when the homework page is needed, you know exactly where it is. Whilst you are at school, look at you schedule! For me, my mathematics class was before lunch, so I’d always finish it during my lunch period.

You should also keep a journal as well, to map out your morning and after school routines. I have done this myself and it has worked for me in numerous ways. For not only being rushed by waking up late, to not setting out your clothes in the morning. Though my journal isn’t very neat, it is very informative. If you don’t have the money nor are you ready to school shop: just get any piece of paper or old school journal to write in! It doesn’t exactly have to be pretty, but it will help.

In first year, Hermione does this for preparations for the O.W.L.s Exams. The book itself usually said things like “you should be studying.” To replicate this, but sticky noted in your planner and around your bedroom, seeing as you could be there the most.

Stay Organized

Being organized in any situation in vital, but for studying it is even more important! Hermione herself admits she needs to be organized at all times. Keeping track of all of your books, journals, notebooks and USBs are vey important. I like to use my computer desk as a work desk as well, I keep my pens and pencils in a decorative small bucket and my journals and thinks stacked upon each other. I also have a small “library” if you may, above my computer.

You should always keep organized, and not just with your work space. I have my workspace in my bedroom, so keeping everything neat and tidy is a must. If you are iffy about changing your life style and habits around your room, that is perfectly fine. I just keep it clean so everything seems in place.

you should also take into consideration of your hygiene and health. Make sure to brush your teeth and eat healthy! Why would this exactly be so important to add onto the list? Well, eating healthier and having great hygiene will help with your energy status as well as your appearance. If you look and feel great, that will affect your work ethic.

Do more work.

Though this may be a bore, it really does help. Learning more about your subjects will make it easier in the future when you actually study them. This will retrieve the memories of reading the subject from your brain and make it much easier to understand. Even skimming over the subject will help. Things like studying mathematics before learning is a big one: I do this myself to ensure that I will pick up the skills quickly and do my work briskly.

If you have enough time in the day, make sure to ask for any chance of extra credit. Extra credit will not only help your grade, but hell your brain. As it may seem doing extra credit is just more school work (which you are right, it is.) it will let your brain turn those gears and help you in the near future of studying. The more you learn, the more of a smart alec you’ll be-

Being able to read non fiction books is great as well! I don’t know about you, but I sure feel great when I am correct and or correcting someone. It makes me feel complete. Though, don’t be too cocky. Just reading a simple non fiction library book will help your reading ability. And I am not saying you shouldn’t read fiction, for they are much more interesting stories. Such as: Harry Potter!

As well as doing more work, you should also make sure you are doing your work the night it is set, leaving more room in the week to do other things: such as, STUDYING AND DOING EXTRA CREDIT. I go to private school myself, and it is hard for the teachers to realize that the students have lives. Thus, make sure to go through your schedule thoroughly before starting the day. Make sure you have enough time to do you homework during the day. I know tons of people who play sports and work in theater, and they don’t have enough time to finish their homework. So I encourage you all to keep track of your plans.

In conclusion, Be studious. Though this isn’t a “how to be Hermione Granger tutorial” you should still be motivated to do the things she has done. I really do hope you all enjoyed this short blog (as I just really wanted to post something before the first term had started) as a back to school tips!

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Harry Potter’s Hermione Granger is known for being a hard worker, a diligent student and a lover of learning. Yes, she has her faults – look out for next week’s episode for what *not* to emulate from her learning style – but there are a lot of lessons that you as an adult learner can apply to see great results.

In this post, I’m going to share with you 5 magical pieces of studying advice from Hermione Granger – the traits and qualities that make her a great student. You’ll walk away knowing how to apply these to your unique studying situation to study with more discipline and motivation and to help you achieve higher university grades.

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The first thing I want to address before I get into the meat of this episode is that I do not stand with J.K Rowling and her anti-trans beliefs. Her predatory views are hurting the trans community. I grew up with the Harry Potter series and rereading the books and discussing the stories have continued to soothe me into adulthood. I was in two minds as to whether to even make this episode and maybe my decision to go ahead isn’t the right one and maybe my personal attachment to Harry Potter should stay personal.

The point of my podcast is to support adult learners to have better studying lives. And I believe the lessons from a fictional character in the Harry Potter world can do that – without celebrating the author or adding to her wealth. A big part of my approach to study skills training is using case studies and examples from outside a studying perspective to teach concepts and I believe this episode can do that.

Now, if this is not the episode for you then please skip this one and the next one because this will be a two-parter which I’ll explain in a little bit.

Now, when we think about studying role models from books, TV shows or movies it’s quite common for Hermione Granger to appear on the list. Or Rory Gilmore from the Gilmore Girls. Or Elle Woods from the movie Legally Blonde. I actually have a podcast episode about the things we could learn from Elle Woods which you can check out here. Anddd I have a blog post all about a less likely studying hero – Neville Longbottom – which you can check out here.

I mentioned at the beginning that this episode is part of a two-part series. In this first episode we’re going to take some studying advice from Hermione Granger. I’m going to walk you through 5 of the key traits and qualities that make her a great student. And I’m going to share with you how you can apply these lessons to yourself as an adult learner.

Then, next week I’m going to flip the coin and share with you the opposing perspective, that there are many learning behaviours and qualities that make Hermione Granger not such a great student. There are some problematic things about her views and actions that, if followed, could not only impact your university results, but also impact all your future learning and career progression.

So, I’m walking the walk on the podcast and demonstrating some critical thinking and evaluation.

Let’s get started with the positives then.

5 reasons why you should take studying advice from Hermione Granger

1. hermione prepares for her classes.

She walks into her classes already prepared for the lesson – having read the correct sections of the textbooks, or sometimes the whole thing. Preparing for your classes or lectures allows you to walk in or log on with a base understanding of the core concepts, which opens up your capacity to ask questions and go deeper into the material.

OK, so what does this look like for you as an adult learner? Well, it depends on whether you have classes and if you do, what type of classes. If you have virtual or in-person lectures, you might be given some pre-reading or pre-activities to complete. If not, you should know from the lecture title or syllabus the topic of the class. So, you can spend a little bit of time diving into the topic and any areas that you’re finding difficult you can either mark to ask questions or hold in mind to see if your understanding improves throughout.

Preparing just a little can help you approach your studies in a more strategic, efficient way. This is a handy frame of mind to adopt even if you don’t have any classes. If your course is made up of independent study, then it’s a good idea at the start of a study session or the start of studying a new topic to stop for a minute and ask yourself why you’re studying this material. What are you aiming to learn? What knowledge are you hoping to gain and skills to develop? How is this section going to prepare you for the next assessments?

2. Hermione participates in class

Hermione is the first person to put her hand up to answer a teacher’s question. In many ways this can be a good thing. Going to university is *not* cheap. You could sit back and be a passive member of your lectures, not really engaging your brain. Maybe through fear of making mistakes (but mistakes are a key way to learn) or by embarrassing yourself by getting answers wrong or seeming too keen.

I’m not saying you need to leap up and down and almost wee yourself with the strain of trying to be picked like Hermione seemed to do at times. But I would invite you to engage while you’re in them to make the most out of your hefty investment. I know that being called the Teacher’s Pet as a kid is pretty awful for your street cred but we’re adults now. I’d argue that acting disinterested is way less cool. Participate and future you will thank you. You’ll deepen your understanding, test your knowledge, and boost your confidence by pushing yourself out of your comfort zone.

3. Hermione understands that independent study is a vital component of academic success

I thought homework was kinda pointless as a kid. Some projects were fun and I definitely went through phases of being keen in certain subjects but most of the time I didn’t really see the value in homework and I would rush it, try to get away without doing it, or try to copy off a friend. I remember once copying a Geography homework word for word off a friend and somehow, I got an A and she got a B. She was livid!

Anywho, Hermione takes a different perspective. She understands that a commitment to doing the homework, solo reading, planning in hours of independent study each week is key. That just as much learning happens outside the classroom as in it. For most university degrees this is true also. So, how does caring about your homework relate to adult learners? When you’re studying alongside a busy life it could be really easy to take the ‘winging it’ approach or the planning method of ‘ I’ll just squeeze studying in when I have time.’

You don’t need me to tell you the problem with this. The hours each week that you need to study will vary by course and whether you’re studying part-time or full-time. But whether it’s 10, 20 or 30 hours – those hours are not going to magically become available, neither is the motivation.

So, the thing that makes studying 100X easier is just accepting it. Accept that studying is a core part of your life and schedule. This was a big gamechanger for me when I was completing my degree while studying full-time. I took the winging it approach at first but then I agreed upon a routine. I worked out that I would need to study 2-3 evenings a week after work, and the equivalent of a full weekend day. Depending on my other plans I could either study a full Saturday, a full Sunday, or I could bosh out half Friday night, stay up late and do the rest Saturday, finishing in the afternoon, leaving me the second half of the weekend for fun stuff.

Once I admitted to myself the time I needed to spend studying, planning was easier and there was much less resistance.

4. Hermione does not procrastinate over her assessments

Homework, writing essays, revising for exams, Hermione starts all of her assessments early, much earlier than her peers, and she works consistently towards them. There are some flaws to her approach for sure, and I’ll talk more about these next week. Specifically, that she often burns herself out by studying way too much.

But preparing for your assessments early IS a good thing.

You’re way more likely to submit a better piece of work or perform better on an exam if you’ve given yourself a decent chance at prepping for it. You will experience a lot less stress than if you leave most of your studying to the last minute, having procrastinated all the time away. You’ll safeguard against unexpected delays.

You may leave writing an essay to the week it’s due but what happens if you’re ill or something bananas happens? Maybe your university is lenient with extensions, but many aren’t and getting a cold the week something’s due won’t cut it as exceptional circumstances.

Now, I’m not saying this is easy. I also have a self-sabotaging streak in me that leaves me procrastinating on very important things. But wow does it make a difference when I gift myself the dream of starting a task early and working towards it consistently.

5. Hermione is not afraid of hard work

Hard work is a life value for Hermione. That’s not a bad thing. Yes, there are many successful people out there who’ve gotten where they are through luck, a lot of support, looking the right way, being born in the right country and being of the right class. What is also true is that hard work IS a key component of academic success and life/career success that Hermione demonstrates in bucketloads and you can too.

Hard work takes sacrifice. It takes persevering when things get tough. It takes carrying on even when things get uncomfortable, boring or tricky. It takes shunning the idea that your abilities are fixed and instead working hard to push past your perceived limits.

Something I love about mindset work and self-awareness is that you can discover some really juicy gems of insight, not just from reflecting on your negative beliefs, fears or your perceived weaknesses, but also from reflecting on the positive parts of your behaviours – your strengths or things that you judge you’re pretty good at.

On the surface, these five traits that I've translated into studying advice from Hermione Granger – these all look pretty epic. That’s why there’s lots of content and rhetoric out there to ‘be more Hermione’ or ‘study like Granger.’

But where do we think Hermione's academic commitment comes from?

In ‘The Prisoner of Azkaban,’ during their end of year exams for Defence Against the Dark Arts, Professor Lupin has them all fight a boggart solo. Hermione comes leaping out of the old chest, distraught because the boggart turned into Professor McGonagall informing her that she’d failed all her exams.

Now, this seems a bit silly for a few reasons. Hermione’s track record and continued studying style demonstrate she’s almost certainly *not* going to fail. And it’s also a little silly because a boggart is supposed to turn into what you fear most and there’s got to be scarier things than failing exams, right?

HOWEVER, I think what the boggart represents is *much* scarier to Hermione. I think her biggest fear is that she will be kicked out of Hogwarts and the magical world. Her biggest fear is being abandoned by those she loves. Suddenly, her actions and over the top behaviour suddenly doesn’t seem so laughable, right?

Being muggle born likely comes with some fear and inadequacy that you’re not a ‘real’ student. It probably doesn’t help that there’s a lot of stigma around it, with the derogatory term ‘mudblood’ thrown around. I imagine Hermione was the nerdy kid in the muggle world too so perhaps her behaviour hasn’t changed too much. But there’s so much more at stake here. In the magical world, despite feeling like an imposter at times, Hermione also feels like she belongs. She lives in an incredible world full of wonder and excitement and she has two best friends who love her. She doesn’t want to lose this, so she overcompensates for her lack of magical upbringing by promising total, unceasing commitment to her studies.

So there we have it – hopefully this has been a fun episode for you but also one with some clear advice for how you can study with more efficiency and discipline to achieve great grades. As I mentioned, next week I’m going to demonstrate some critical thinking by showing you the other side of the coin. Next week we’ll look at the traits and qualities that make Hermione Granger a not-so-great student, the aspects of her learning style that I do not want you to idolise or emulate as they’ll only hurt you in your studying and career.

Now maybe this episode has piqued your interest into diving a little deeper into why you study like you study. Would you like to uncover why you procrastinate or self-sabotage? Or why you’re afraid of failure, or maybe why you’re afraid of success? Would you like to understand how you learn and study best so you can come up with more efficient study strategies that allow you to study LESS each week but get more done and achieve better results?

Then my membership, the Kickbutt Students Club , is for you. This isn’t a cookie-cutter programme to churn out more and more Hermione Grangers into the academic world. The KSC is for students who want to learn how to study in a way that works for them. The best way for their specific course and subject. The best way for their learning and academic goals. The best way for their learning needs and style. And the best way that integrates their studying into their unique non-studying life and commitments.

Through coaching, community, accountability, study skills resources and virtual study sessions you’ll be supported to discover how you tick as a learner, so that you can make consistent progress in your studies while becoming more confident, efficient and kickbutt every day.

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How to be like Hermione Granger

The perfect guide to being just like the brightest witch of her age!

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  • Acting like Hermione Chapter 1
  • Dressing like Hermione Chapter 2
  • Doing your hair like Hermione Chapter 3
  • Looking like Hermione Chapter 4

Acting like Hermione

To act like Hermione, here are some things that are essential:

  •  Be bossy, and correct people.
  • Be kind. Hermione is always kind and loyal.
  • Pay attention in class.
  • Stand up for the things you believe in. 
  • Show your teachers that you want to learn.
  • Do homework the moment it is set.
  • Don't let anyone be mean to your friends.
  • Act like a know it all, and be proud of it.
  • If people start to call you the teachers pet, just ignore it. Hermione would be proud.
  • Spend time in the library.
  • Help people with homework and be happy to share your knowledge.
  • Take as many classes as possible.
  • Be organised for everything.
  • Don't be late, try to be on time for everything.
  • Try to learn some of sylabus before you learn it at school. this way, you will really impress the teacher.
  • Ask questions if you aren't sure about something.
  • Study at least an hour a day.
  • Try to read every book in the library
  • Carry a wand with you.

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Study Like Hermione Granger

Want to get straight A's in every subject? Want to be top of the class? Well, read this article on how to study like Hermione Granger (from Harry Potter ) and you'll be acing those tests in no time!

  • 1.1 Setting up the study zone
  • 1.2 Staying organised
  • 1.3 Having good study practices
  • 1.4 Making studying more enjoyable
  • 1.5 Studying regularly
  • 4 Things You'll Need

Setting up the study zone

  • Set up a good studying area. A large desk and maybe a bookshelf is required. Have a decent quill and a lot of ink (for Muggles, don't let your pens run out––buy extra). Make sure you have all the materials (e.g. pens, pencils, paper, highlighters) that you may require to complete your study ready and near by so that you can avoid interruptions during your study time.

Staying organised

  • Use different books for every subject so you do not get confused. If you want to get super organised, you can colour code your books. This can be done by having a certain colour for each of your classes/subjects, and purchasing a folder and book in that classes' specific colour. (e.g. Red for maths, yellow for English, blue for Science).
  • To make a homework planner, grab a suitable lined book. Use a non-removable stickiness charm, and decorate the inside. Also, put a spell on it so it shouts out quotes at you whenever you open it (that's what Hermione did for Ron and Harry.) But make sure you can use these spells properly before attempting; if you haven't a clue as a Muggle, you will have to use ink or coloured pen for the quotes and glue in some cool decorations that make it seem like a "charmed" book.

Having good study practices

  • Use notation forms that are useful for you; don't copy other forms unless you actually find them useful. It is often best to develop your own highlighting methods, your own shorthand, and your own summarizing techniques.
  • Read the passage or paragraphs.
  • Brainstorm a few questions based on what you read.
  • Read the passage or paragraph once more and answer the questions.

Making studying more enjoyable

  • If you do not like studying, give yourself goals or rewards for doing study. For example: "After doing 30 minutes of maths study, I am allowed to have a small square of chocolate." It is also good to include physical movement breaks as a reward; for example, after 1-hour study, allow yourself a five-minute walk or stretch before coming back to the books.
  • If you really don't like the subjects, turn Science to Potions or maybe Maths to Arithmancy.
  • Have fun whilst studying. While this may be hard a lot of the time, try to inject enjoyment into some of the studying. If something really interests you, learn more about it in your own way and become more knowledgeable in it so that you can wow the teacher.
  • Listen to some music. Hermione doesn't do this, but it can help you to study if you're so inclined. You could listen to all sorts of genres, like Blues, Jazz, R&B, Pop Rock, etc... Whatever floats your boat. However usually music with no lyrics works the best so that you are not getting distracted by what is being sung in the song.
  • To make studying more interesting, maybe try doing it with a friend but a friend with whom you won't get distracted.
  • Study groups may help also.

Studying regularly

  • Study a lot of the time but don't forget to sleep! Sleep will not only make you look good and feel refreshed but will also boost your concentration level.
  • Study for weeks in advance. If you know you have a test at the end of the year, then ask the teacher what you need to do to get the highest grade (or level for you Muggles) and then study all of the time until you are certain this is correct. Do this for all of your lessons.
  • If the internet is too addicting or you keep getting distracted at home, head to the library, not only will you get some quiet and be able to focus, if you cannot find certain information from your books, search in all the books around you.
  • Take a small beaded bag. Add a few charms to make the bottom and put all your school stuff in it.
  • Get different colored pens for each subject and when reading a passage for exams (muggle versions of OWLs and newts) and use different highlighters to mark different things--yellow for important people, pink for dates, etc.
  • Don't get too comfy! Always have a drink to keep hydrated and a snack in case you get hungry. Make sure you're snacking on healthy things, such as fruit and yoghurt, not things like chips and lollies. Eating junk food whilst studying is a bad idea because it will make you feel tired and sluggish, however healthy snacks will boost your energy levels and allow you to concentrate better. Before you study take a nice warm shower or bath and get in some comfortable clothes. Remember don't study on your bed because you will train your brain to think that your bed is somewhere to work, which will make it harder for you to get to sleep when you want to. Instead of studying in your bed, opt for a desk (preferably with lots of room for all your books) and a nice chair.
  • Your study space should be very neat and organized. Being neat will help you stay calmer while studying.
  • Don't spend too much time studying and end up putting off seeing your friends. Remember that Hermione highly values her friendship with Harry and Ron, so make sure you take a break from your studying to make time to spend with your friends and family.
  • If you are putting in a larger desk or bookshelf, get someone to help you like a family member or friend or someone from the store you bought it from.

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When Hermione was first called a Mudblood by Malfoy, she was naturally devastated – but a few years later, she took that very slur and owned it, taking away the power that the word once held upon her.

The same can be said for Harry always saying Voldemort’s name – fear of a name increases fear of the name itself, after all. It’s a good reminder that words only hold weight if you let them. Hermione knew all about that.

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    Chapter 1. To act like Hermione, here are some things that are essential: Be bossy, and correct people. Be kind. Hermione is always kind and loyal. Pay attention in class. Stand up for the things you believe in. Show your teachers that you want to learn. Do homework the moment it is set.

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