Study Playlist

study playlist

Afraid you won’t stop procrastinating and get busy studying? ME has you covered! A cram session won’t seem so bad when you have a great playlist to study to that will cure testing nerves and will help you stay up late for last-minute studying. Check out our faves!

“Seven Weeks” – Sean Tyas
To start your great study playlist you are going to need a song that has a mixture of an upbeat and soft enough for you to study to. This is the perfect combination of both worlds. Since this song has a good portion of parts that allow you to stop and dance to it, you can take quick dance breaks to keep sleep and stress away.

“Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You)” – Kelly Clarkson
When you feel that you’re getting anxious, stressed or nervous about your final exams, make sure to take a quick listen to this song. The wild and energetic vocals will have you shaking the negativity off in no time.

“Oh Yeah” – MBLAQ
Try a little foreign pop music that will have you body rolling your way to a fantastic grade. Unless you’re fluent in Korean, you might just stick to humming and dancing while going over notes.

“Blow”- Ke$ha
Are you ready to show those tests whose boss? Then make sure to pump yourself up by listening to a Ke$ha song, her catchy lyrics and loud music will psych you up.

“Who’s That Chick?” – David Guetta ft. Rihanna
Sometimes you need to take a break in the middle of hardcore studying, this is the perfect song to just dance and let all the built up stress come out to a catchy beat.

“Loca” – Shakira ft. Dizzee Rascal
While on your study break, get yourself a healthy snack while shaking your hips to this Shakira song before hitting the books again.

“Acoustic Medley” – In Flames
“Acoustic Medley” is the perfect song to try and get some reading and reflecting done while listening to deep acoustic guitars to get you thinking.

“Starry Eyed” – Ellie Goulding
In order to prevent procrastination while you are “in the zone”, playing “Starry Eyed” will sooth your ears with Ellie Goulding’s smooth vocals while not distracting you.

“Indestructible” – Robyn
Don’t let the late night get you thinking tired or negative thoughts. In order to prevent that, have Robyn’s song “Indestructible” on your playlist. Sometimes the best boost come from songs that entice you to dance.

“Glad You CameThe Wanted
As you wrap up studying for the night, celebrate that you are one step closer to finishing with exams and glad summer vacation is right around the corner. This song is the perfect way to wrap up your studying and help you relax.

Studying can be tedious and annoying sometimes, but it doesn’t have to be boring or stressful with the right music. Make sure to prepare your iPods and laptops with these songs to have you focused and ready to conquer those tests. Good Luck!

Photo credit: Miss Sydney Marie

-Gabriela Castelan