Uh oh! It's late into the semester and those project deadlines are looming. You've got papers, books, and sticky notes strewn across your dorm room and your computer lovingly just erased three paragraphs worth of work.
But look! It's THE BEST STUDY PLAYLIST OF ALL TIME to the rescue! We traveled to the ends of the Internet to find tunes that soothe your budding anxiety; then deliver a determined energy that's ready to get work done.
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When you play this song, so begins your studying adventure through the land of Narnia. And just when you think it's over...BAM...around the 4:45 mark it hits you again with an inspiring melody that'll gives you all the feels!
2). Sigur Ros – Takk
Iceland ranks 6th in countries that spend the most on their educational systems. Iceland not only spends money on education, but also produces some great study music. Check out Sigur Ros – "Takk" for your studying pleasure
Statistics show that listening to jazz music can improve your golf game. We think it can also improve your studying.
Kevin Costner starred in the movie “Dances with Wolves”. We hope you’ll be the star of your next test with a little help from the “Dances with Wolves” theme song.
Most pieces from The Lord of the Rings Soundtrack get my heart pumping too much to sit down and write a paper. But "Concerning Hobbits" is relatively low key, playful, and for fans of the movie - timeless.
Anything from Explosions in the Sky is pretty much amazing. Here's an entire album of transfixing music that will turn a night of studying into an inspiring experience.
This one is a little out there, but a favorite nonetheless. Late at night, with a lot of work still ahead of you, this tasty jam will get you moving. (Reminds me of a theme song to an old Megaman game. Anybody?)
Warning: The video above is 10 hours long. This one is for those extended study sessions. Ready, Set, Cram!
This song is from the movie "Inception", but really almost anything by Hans Zimmer can make this list.
This one is eerie and inspiring. Hammock is great and worth checking out if you enjoy "Breathturn".
Take a funky, electronic ride through your studies with "Voyager".
So what did we leave out? Leave us a comment below so we can add to this list!