Art history suffers from a bad case of underestimation. Too many students sign up for an art history class thinking that it’s all about looking at pretty pictures and nothing more. They get into the class, only to discover there is far more to it than that.
Art History requires some serious study skills if you’re looking to make a decent grade in the class. Memorization is part of the key to success in art history but that alone won’t get you through. Completing all assignments, including homework, is another large chunk of the grade. The basic study skills we’ve all learned will help: take notes, set up a study space, pace yourself, break the information into chunks.
There are some tips that are specific to getting art history homework done that may help, when combined with the general good study habits you’ve already developed:
Art history can be an intriguing and fascinating subject. It isn’t an easy class that you can attend once a week and skate through, however. If you find yourself struggling with the material, don’t despair. Rest assured there are others in the class feeling the same way. Seek them out to work on homework and assignments together. Share ideas and approaches to homework, and you’ll get through it.
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