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Trap, Mozart, and House… These wordless songs can really do you wonders when you’re trying to study. The SeattlePi says that listening to instrumental music while you study can help you focus and provides a heightened emotional state that allows you to absorb and retain information better.

  1. Classical
    1. Canon for Three Violins – Pachabel
    2. Soundscape to Ardor – Bleach
    3. Maria and the Three Violins
  2. Trap
    1. C L E M E N T ! N O – 666 Pt.2
    2. Troyboi – O.G.
    3. Antidote – Travi$ Scott
  3. House
    1. Omen – Disclosure
    2. Levels – Avicii
    3. Runaway U & I – Galantis
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