As kids everywhere are back in the classroom it's time to start practicing good study habits.
Teacher, Sharon Byers, gave us a few tips to help parents and students get started off on the right foot this school year.
"Find a quiet place and even a kitchen table works. Have a basket with pencils, papers, erasers and even all the little good things that you need to be ready to open that book and start to study," says Byers.
She says there isn't a set number of hours to study each week because each student is different, but there are certain tasks that take longer.
"Serious intense studying for a test might take a little longer. So don't be unusually alarmed if it takes 7 hours if you have a Biology test for high school kids."
She adds that if your child is struggling with homework or tests, the sooner they know, the easier it will be to help them get back on track.