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"After working or reading through the information on your topic or unit, create a quiz and test yourself. This process has given great results for tests and grades. "
  K.  Warren  
  Teacher, 6th-8th Grade  
  Hamilton, Bhutan  
  12/19/2014 9:07:00 AM  
"Have your friend quiz you on what you are studying. It will be more fun and when you are learning in a fun way it will stick in you brain better."
  Athena Zarris  
  Student, 7th grade  
  St. Charles, Illinois  
  12/16/2014 1:13:00 PM  
"I always start by writing down the questions I want to answer in my reading. Then I read the chapter. Then I see if I can answer the questions. If I can't, I reread."
  Ammar Skopljak  
  Student, 9th grade  
  Visoko, Bosnia-Herzegovina  
"Do not be afraid to ask your teacher what you have forgotten. They will be happy to help you no matter what. You show the teacher that you are trying hard when you ask questions."
  Bob C  
  Student, 6th  
  Denver, Colorado  
"I read the information, then I write it, and then I teach it to someone else. This has always worked for me. "
  Savannah Hill  
  Student, 7th  
  Poplar Bluff, Illinois  
"Using analogy is very powerful. Our brain loves images and that’s how it likes to remember things. You don’t need to be a genius to train your memory. You just need to imagine. The crazier, weirder and amusing your imagination, the better you will be at remembering. "
  H  T  
  Teacher, 12  
  Singapore, Singapore  
"I think it's good to study with your friend sometimes. It's a good way to submit information to your mind. You can solve your problems together, but if you want to study a lesson that is just for memorization, it's better to study alone."
  Pouria Kh.  
  Student, 10th grade  
  Gon, Iran  
"When you read your textbook, repeat only the important information aloud. This way when you have a test you know the key words and the definitions."
  Kyle  Vanderlaan  
  Student, 7th Grade  
  Springfield, Virginia  
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