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1. Get your heart pumping.

1. Get your heart pumping.

When you exercise, your blood chemistry changes and your brain becomes the very happy recipient of important nutrients. It repays the favour by amping up its performance – specifically memory, attention, information processing and problem-solving.

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5. Test yourself.

5. Test yourself.

Testing yourself on the material you’ve learned is more effective than reading the material over and over. Re-reading material might get you thinking that you’re familiar with the material, but until you try to retrieve that material from memory, you won’t know how well you know it or where the g...

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6. Get some sleep.

6. Get some sleep.

Sleeping after learning encourages memories of the information to be wired into your brain, so it’s less likely to fade. Think of your brain like a tree. Learning causes a branch to grow, but sleep helps it to grow the leaves and other tiny branches that will sustain and strengthen it.

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9. Power pose.

9. Power pose.

Before a test, find somewhere private (or, totally public – up to you) and strike a power pose. Think Wonder Woman – hands on hips, legs apart; Superman – tall, shoulders back, chest expanded, arms stretched out in front of you.

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2. Spread your study. Yep. You got it. No cramming.

2. Spread your study. Yep. You got it. No cramming.

Cramming doesn’t work, which is one of the great pities – life would be so much easier if it did. The problem with cramming is that the material doesn’t get the opportunity to transfer into long-term memory.

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8. Take a break.

8. Take a break.

Research has found that the greatest improvement come following 15 minutes of moderate activity (jogging, a brisk walk, dribbling a ball) but the improvement was also shown following vigorous activity (running, jumping, skipping) or a passive break (such as listening to music or watching funny Yo...

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4. Teach what you’ve learnt.

4. Teach what you’ve learnt.

Learning material to teach ensures that material is actively understood and stored away in memory, and not passively looked over. 

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3. Know what’s to come.

3. Know what’s to come.

Researchers have found that looking through an exam before working on it will reduce anxiety and improve performance. Remember though, that all the mental resources in the world won’t find the right answers in memory if the answers aren’t put there solidly in the first place. 

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The art of reading and studying consists in remembering the essentials and forgetting what is not essential.

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7. And ditch the all-nighters.

7. And ditch the all-nighters.

All-nighters will mess with your ability to remember and process information. Sleep prepares your brain for learning, so pulling an all-nighter can cut your capacity to learn new things by up to 40%.

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