Note: This spell will only work if you actually study.
I did this before my Chemistry AP last year, and I got a 5
on it, so I believe it worked!
You will need:
If you cast a circle during spellwork, you can do this now. I didn't at the time, due to it being pretty late at night and my mind was full of chemical equations.
Light the yellow candle, then the green.
Make sure there's enough room to work between the two.
Ask whatever God/dess you wish to enter the circle with you.
Take the three pieces of ribbon/yarn/thread/pipe cleaner (all long enough to make a bracelet for) and begin to braid them. The yellow for intelligence and clarity; the green for luck; and the orange for success.
As you braid
them, you can imagine symbols of studying, intelligence and remembering being thread in as well. (For example, I thought of a book, a brain, etc.)
Ask the God/dess to help you with your test, and help with your studying. Ask them to help you remember all you can, and to make studying easier (either by silence, which I needed in my house with three younger siblings participating in screaming contests), or by finding time in hectic schedules.
Once you finish braiding,
run a little of the oil over the place where you will tie it, and tie
the bracelet (or anklet I suppose) around your wrist (ankle) and wear it
when you study and during your test.
Below is a review of the Study Spell sent in by a witch:
Hello Starwitch. I hope this message finds you well. I just wanted to say hello and give you a review of one of the spells listed on your website that has been a long time in the making. Four years ago, I used the study spell with the bracelet during my first year of college. I had positive results and continued to wear my bracelet during every exam for nursing school. Two months ago, I graduated with honors and obtained my BSN. I know that my success was not completely related to the bracelet, but it was my good juju that helped me get through everything. I just recently busted it out again, as I am one week away from my licensing exam, so here's hoping the best!
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