The library is a very good place to study. I go to the library once in a while if I want to change my study environment, or if my house is too noisy, or if I have to wait for an hour or more at school until the next lecture starts. There are a ton of other reasons to grab your books and study an afternoon/morning at the library.
What I like most about studying at the library is the fact that the library is usually very quiet and there is an atmosphere there that makes you concentrate on your work easily. There are usually more students working there which is very motivating for me.
I usually go to two different libraries: the university library is the place I go to if I have school, and want to study a little bit more. The library in my hometown is the library I go to if I don’t have any lectures (I refuse to travel 2 hours to go to the university library if I can study at the library in my hometown as well).


Goodmorning beautiful people. I hope you are having a lovely week. Because I am a law student, I get a lot of questions from people who are considering to study law as well. A lot of you come to me for advice because you don’t know what to expect of law school and you want to make sure you are making the right decision.

I totally get that, because I have been there. Choosing what you are going to study after high school is a big decision and it’s a good thing you are looking for more information. In this article, I am going to answer some of my most asked questions about law school and give you some tips and ideas on what it’s like to be in law school.


Hi there, I am Ways To Study and in my first blog post I want to tell you a little bit more about myself and my study progress. As most of you know, I am a law student at an university. I am 19 years old at the moment and I am Dutch.
I learn about national law, European law and international law at school and I also have a couple of subject to extend my knowledge, like philosophy, sociology, psychology, foreign legal systems, etc.
This semester I am taking the following subjects: economics, foreign legal systems (England, France and Germany), criminal procedure law, constitutional law, and European law.
I know already that this semester is going to be hard for me. These subjects are quite difficult and I have a lot to read and study. I have to work harder than ever. Of course that isn’t always fun but I like to keep in mind that I am closer to my goals now than I ever was.

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