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Many people find studying to be a real drag, but if you're going to do it, you may as well do it right.
Step 1: Choose the right environment
Choose an environment for studying where you will be free from distractions including phone calls, television, or other interruptions.
Step 2: Prioritize your studies
Prioritize your study materials so that the most important or the hardest is finished first.
Step 3: Read for comprehension
Read your materials over once for basic comprehension. Don't stress about remembering it all on the first read.
Step 4: Read and take notes
Read the material again, taking notes and summarizing the main ideas in your own words.
Make new material stick by relating it to something you already know or care about. Context and emotion enhance our ability to remember.
Step 5: Use you senses
Use your senses to assist with learning. When possible, don't just read, but listen to lectures or podcasts, and watch instructional videos. Build a rich understanding of the material.
Step 6: Quiz yourself
Quiz yourself without the aid of any notes. Write down your answers or speak them aloud. In other words, rehearse for the test.
Take a nap after a heavy study session to allow your brain time to rest. Napping after studying can help with recall.
Step 7: Test yourself again
Test yourself again and again, at different times of the day and week. This "self-testing" will reinforce your studies so that when the real test arrives, you'll be ready.
Did You Know?
In ancient Greece and Rome, people used the "loci" memorization method, which involves visualizing placing each thing you need to remember in a familiar room or on a familiar road, and picking it up as you take a mental walk around the room or down the road.
For me. the best thing to study is to rewrite your notes in the scratch paper 10- 20x to retain it in your brain.............practice makes perfect................ Try it. You will surely get a good grades.........
But but but... what if your good in english but weak in another language and just so happens to have a test on a subject in your weak language?? id have to memorize the stuff i dont get... wow school is GREAT..
Akanksha Misra hahaaha i dont know why but i dont study anything the day before exams but still get A and B+ thr only time i study is pay attention in class and study for 2 hours what the teacher had taught
Mathematics is basically a system consisting of various topics. A good way to study for maths is to learn off the formulas that are associated with that particular topic and try and do a few questions on that then. That's my advice for maths study. As for study in general, just do it in medium bursts if you know what I mean. Listen to music that relates to your interests as you study. It actually enables you to do more and get on with what you are doing. Eat good food like salmon and other fish, as they contain Omega 3, which is good for the heart and brain. Water obviously should come into studying also, as it prevents you from becoming dehydrated.
It's all in the mind
Think of it as an easy subject and it will be easy, think of it as hard and it will be hard.
6 hours of continuous studying is a normal thing
Go over each information with care
Solve an equation that's already solved and check your answer
Try to figure out why this happened and where did that number come from, the more you study the more you learn, study a lot then sleep heavy, wake up eat breakfast the revise all what you studied
Oh my God, I am having physics exams in Friday and I SERIOUSLY cannot concentrate and prepare myself mentally to study! (Blame the summertime and the heat mostly...) I just study for a little while and then I find myself drawing at the corners of the textbook or looking outside the window and it's frustrating me to no end. Plus, no place to avoid distraction and UGHHHHHHHH. I'm going to screw up... thought this was the right place to pour my thoughts. I'm going to try the video's advice and see if I have any luck left.
I get up at 6 to take the bus, I have a lot of math which I'm worthless at, so I'm getting further behind. When I get home (after a total of three hours bus per day) I have four hours till I go to bed. I try to spend as much of it as possible doing the rest of the math, which makes me unable to finish the rest of the homework. Right now I have to read 2 books, make 2 logs, three speaches, three tests, a glocary test, a couple of assignments, etc. And I only have three years left! Woo!
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