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have short study sessions and don’t just study for the entire day ! your brain needs to rest and time to process everything
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understanding it will make it much easier to memorise and you will also do better
instead , revise loosely for around a week , renewing your memory every day really helps with revision
focus on the process , not the result !! if you didn’t do well , find out why and do better next time
go to lessons and arrive on time
take notes you can memorise well
pay attention in the lesson
ask for help if needed
don’t gossip and help others instead
ask questions and take part
don’t look at the clock / your watch
talk and speak . you’ll understand and memorise your notes better since you’ve actually experienced reading it out loud
not only is there a high chance of a repeated question , you can also train yourself and understand the standard of how hard the test will be
break down the material !! what do you need to study for ??
gather all those subject materials and rearrange them !
ideally do your work a few days before it’s due or the day you get it , such that you don’t stress about it later
use a planner / notebook to keep track of what’s due and when
do all your homework with effort , as it’s set with the reason to help you
tidy your materials
the more the merrier ! more people studying will also affect your brain and boost its competency
write everything you need to know on a piece of paper , and only focus on that while studying
it’s way more effective to write your notes by hand rather than typing it out , it gives you a deeper understanding and allows you to memorise it better
if one study tactic works , then it’s for you . continue using that system for you to revise better
organise everything you need to know in mind-maps . it’s always easier to understand with mind-maps !
phones can be a huge distraction therefore silence it and check it when you take your break
test your own knowledge by asking a few questions made up by you / from the textbooks of your revision
allow yourself to use your phone / game after you worked hard , it’ll feel like you actually have something to work to
reread notes written that day when you get home - it only takes 10 mins
make sure you ate breakfast
stay organised ( eg . pack your bag the night before , do your homework early )
don’t completely focus on studies , do things that you enjoy yourself
do 45 mins of work and ...
sleep allows your brain to rest and process everything , such that what you’ve revised for will be properly digested
there’s many ways to exercise your brain for your studying to become more efficient : going on a run / working-out / doing your hobbies / talking with someone…
doing this will have to avoid you from getting up and moving around , which may divert your concentration
it helps you remember things better as the colour is sharper
discovering why you procrastinate - phone addiction / unwilling to study ?
avoid procrastinating by stopping the reason you procrastinate
create a study routine [ go to instagram for inspo ] - decide what you’re going to do for the day like what subjects you study / when you study / when you eat or wake up
-find out which method works best for you : eg . the pomodoro technique , work for 25 mins and with 5 mins of break in be...
if you don’t feel motivational do something else to boost your mood , doesn’t work you up to study but at least makes you feel better .
set your study space in a quiet environment to avoid any distractions / unwanted noise , it allows you to focus on your studies and to absorb everything better . a suggested work place is the library
some people study fast and some need time , it’s really alright regardless of your pace . be true and honest to yourself and follow your own pace
it helps you to understand more listening to a person explaining the topic out loud
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