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Below are the most recent study tips that have been submitted by our visitors. To see more study tips, the archives are available to the left. If you would like to submit your own Study Tip to be included below, please fill out our submission form.
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"The most important thing when you study something is to make sure that you really understand what you are studying."
     
  DeAndre  Marshall  
  Student, 8th Grade  
  Lake Placid Fl, Florida  
  2/5/2016  
     
"My tip is to study a few days before a test or quiz. You don't want to mash everything in your head in one day. Study about 30 minutes, take a break, then 20 minutes, then take a break, then study 15 minutes. You also want to stay calm and focused. Don't watch T.V and study because you will get unfocused and lose your train of thought. Put music on if it will make you feel calm."
     
  Chris  Lee  
  Student, 8th Grade  
  Glendale, Ohio  
  2/4/2016  
     
"Study when you are stress free. Work at your own pace but don't overwork yourself. Also keep yourself motivated."
     
  Jacky Morales  
  Student, 8th  
  Lake Placid , Florida  
  2/3/2016  
     
""Make sure to have no distractions while studying. Whenever I study I like to put on some (calm) music because it makes me more focused and less stressed.""
     
  Gisselle S  
  Student, 8th  
  Lake Placid, Fl, Florida  
  2/3/2016  
     
"Color-coordinate your notes as you take them. Each time a part changes, change the color so it is easier to see the parts when you study them."
     
  Megan Stockenberg  
  Student, 8th grade  
  Lake Placid, Florida  
  2/1/2016  
     
" I write what I need to know on flashcards and go over them. The ones I miss I put on the side and try them again and again until I am efficient at knowing them all."
     
  Janese Wright  
  Student, 12th grade  
  Sacramento, California  
  1/27/2016  
     
"I like to write down all of my notes on a white board and pretend to teach a class."
     
  Anton  R  
  Student, 10th grade  
  San Diego , California  
  1/24/2016  
     
"It helps to give yourself rewards as motivation. Also, reading out loud helps both your eyes and your ears process the information. Lastly, writing on mirrors or spreading shaving cream around a mirror and using your finger to make words helps if you like to learn visually."
     
  Anonymous   
  Student  
   
  1/23/2016  
     
 
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