The leaves are changing colors, sweaters are coming out of closets and it's time to start hitting the books again.
Midterms and final exams may seem far away, but they'll be here before you know it.
Before you delve into the world of all-nighters, AsapSCIENCE has some science-backed study tips you might want to consider.
First of all, about those all-nighters: They'll probably lead to exhaustion and burnout. Instead, the video suggests, spread it out.
Set aside specific bits of time during the day to study in small chunks. Your brain is a lot more likely to retain information that way.
Other tips? Use flashcards, put away your phone and think long and hard about your study playlist.
Although the video notes music can distract from studying, a study commissioned by Spotify found students who listen to classical music with 60 to 70 beats per minute while studying score an average of a whole grade higher on their math exams.
If you're studying a more creative subject, on the other hand, "emotive rock" (think Katy Perry's "Firework") can do the trick.
Got all that? Good. Happy studying!