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"For math, first work with the problem. Play around with it in your mind to find the best answer. Then review your work and answer. "
  Najm Afylfhu  
  Student, 6th  
  St.Could, Minnesota  
  5/18/2015 4:34:00 PM  
"''Most students worry that studying is sometimes boring. Then there is the unavoidable problem of feeling sleepy and having no interest in what they are doing. So to be attentive and active when you study."
  Irfan Pathan  
  Student, 2nd year in collage  
  larkana, Pakistan  
  5/16/2015 11:55:00 AM  
"Before studying a particular subject, put yourself in the position of a teacher that has to answer the questions of your students. Then study deeply and concentrate on each and every line you as you read."
  Jawed Aashkar  
  Student, BBA  
  Mazar e sharif, Afghanistan  
  5/16/2015 11:24:00 AM  
"''Concentration and time are the most important things in studying. First concentrate your mind and then divide your time across your subjects. Try to spend the most time your on your difficult subjects,''"
  IfranKkhan Pathan  
  Student, 2nd year in college  
  Larkana, Pakistan  
  5/16/2015 7:37:00 AM  
"If you hate studying, give yourself rewards when you finish. For example, have a gummy bear if you finish reading a section, or play on your phone for five minutes when you finish an assignment."
  Grace Leber  
  Student, 6th grade  
  Westfield, Indiana  
"Notes are useful for studying, but if notes don't seem to work for you, don't give up. Try using different colors when taking notes. This will make studying more fun for you. Also, don't let music distract you when you study. "
  Alexcia Mercedes Vairy  
  Student, Year 9  
  Darlington, United Kingdom  
"I start to study as soon as I get home from school. Everything is still fresh in my mind."
  Stephanie Cassidy  
  Student, 10  
  Canton, Ohio  
"When I sit down to study, the first thing I do is turn off the ringer on my phone. The second thing I do is put my phone where I can't see it. I read a saying that said when something is out of sight it is out of mind. Then I can concentrate on my work."
  Annalise Carr  
  Student, 6th grade  
  San diego, California  
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