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On average, how many hours do engineering majors study every day?

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## Replies to: Engineering study hours

327Member22,762Senior MemberAll of them. :)

882Member363Member356Member363Member1,037Senior Membergood thing those problem sets aren't for a grade though.

604Member525Member85Junior Member356Member10New Member"As an engineering student, you will have a challenging course load. For each hour you spend in class you should expect to study at least 2 or more hours outside of class. It is not unusual for students to study for 35+ hours a week."

491MemberGenerally, midterms and quizzes should be easy if you do your homeworks without the solutions manual. The final should be studied for more thoroughly. With 4 engineering classes and 1 one math class, I only study ( other than for hw/lab report) on weekends. Just take good notes and understand what you write. I commute 2:20 minutes everyday, thats when I go through them.

2,928Senior MemberThis is just the minimum amount of "studying" for a successful engineering student. Sometimes you may need to do extra problems in the textbook or you may want to read ahead in the textbook.

I advise people to study everyday. Try to study material you have learned within 48 hours. That way, material is fresh in your head. You won't forget what you didn't understand and you will be determined to find a way to understand it. If you follow this prescription, you won't be pulling all nighters (overrated by the way) and studying for exams won't take more than a day.

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