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Best place to study?

PhysalisPhysalis Posts: 106Registered User Junior Member
I generally prefer to study alone in a place that's nice and quiet. Is it better to just head on up to the library or stay in my dorm since I have a single? Is the library ever full? I haven't been inside yet, and I plan on doing so asap.
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Replies to: Best place to study?

  • TwylaBlooTwylaBloo Posts: 486Registered User Member
    Try the Biomedical Library. It's a very nice place, and really quiet.
  • OyamaOyama Posts: 2,486Registered User Senior Member
    Get involved in research

    My labs are always lock & key at night, so I'm the only one in any given room studying
  • ucsandiego915ucsandiego915 Posts: 1,643Registered User Senior Member
    The library only really gets packed during finals... try all the various libraries and see what your favorite is. I like CLICS the best personally...I need to check out biomed and scripps though!
  • RadianceRadiance Posts: 379Registered User Member
    I too like to study alone & in a quiet area.. but I find CLICS to be too loud most of the time--many people are there.. talking.. not much studying really going in in CLICS :/

    Geisel is super super quiet, but I'd recommend just staying in your room & studying there since you have a single! Nothing beats that :)
  • leaftyeleaftye Posts: 259Registered User Junior Member
    I don't know about the UCSD dorms, but my experience tells me there will be too many distractions. I think the library is best. It helps me when there's other people around me studying. If it's noisy, wear earplugs. I ride a motorcycle so wearing earplugs for extended periods is comfortable for me. If you don't want to get earplugs, get those earbud headphones that actually go in your ear canal. Those also block out a considerable amount of exterior noise...and it just looks like you're listening to music.
  • hitoyzxhitoyzx Posts: 65Registered User Junior Member
    S&E Library for the plants that are directly in front of the study cubicles


    SIO Library for the ocean views directly in front of the study cubicles

    Oh. And I heard the Biomedical Library is one of the most quiet places to study too.
  • serenaxcheelamserenaxcheelam Posts: 347Registered User Member
    I like a little noise, so I like to study at Price center.
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