College Student Goes Viral Over Unique Way of Studying for Upcoming Quiz

College Student Shows His Unique Way of Studying for Upcoming Quiz

CLASSICAL MUSIC – A college student goes viral online for his unique way of preparing for an upcoming quiz.

Ian Benedict Murillo, a TikTok user, shared video of himself showing his unconventional studying strategy for a quiz. The video garnered various reactions from the online community.

The second-year information system student from Marilao, Bulacan, has become a source of good vibes online for his unique way of preparing for an upcoming quiz.

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Instead of the usual study routine, Ian decided to listen to classical music, particularly Antonio Vivaldi’s “Winter” from “The Four Seasons” concerto. He chose classical music to help him focus better during his review session.

Murillo thinks that he needed more time to study while traveling to school in Manila without realizing that this decision would lead to a fun and unexpected experience.

“[Okay] naman po nung una, focus na focus po ako, tapos bigla pong nagplay yung Concerto No. 4 in F Minor, Op 8. RV 297, L’inverno (Winter): I. Allegro non molto, tapos naganahan po ako, naging conductor po ako bigla ng orchestra,” Ian shared.

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Despite the absence of lyrics, Ian found himself experiencing in the different emotions through the music. He even recorded himself pretending to play the violin.

“Kahit wala pong lyrics, nadadama ko po yung iba’t ibang emotion nung music. Kaya po vinideo ko sarili [ko] na parang nagv-violin,” he added.

The online community agree that classical music can indeed be an effective study aid. Some even chimed in with recommendations of other classical composers and pieces to try.

In another post, a group of college students spent free time playing at kiddy indoor park

@malandian_i2 beh kala mo ako conductor eh #malandian #fyp #fypシ゚viral #fypシ ♬ original sound – iann

The video has a caption:

“Mag review nga ako with classical music effective raw yon eh”

The social media users expressed their reactions to the post:

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