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"My study tip is to read about a particular concept in the evening. I jot down the keywords in my notebook/notepad. When I wake up, I then apply critical analysis on the concept."
Student, 8th Grade
8/3/2015 7:38:00 AM
"Study in comfortable area that has a low sound level. Draw pictures and sketches of whatyou study so it could even be fun. Always ask someone to test you on what you read."
Johanesburg , South Africa
7/25/2015 7:57:00 AM
"What helps me a lot is that when I'm writing down my notes, I color code them. That way I can find what I'm looking for faster. I also work in a quiet environment away from distractions to help me get more done."
Student, 9th grade
7/23/2015 10:56:00 AM
"In my math classes, I write down everything the teacher says when he explains how to solve a problem. I try to number the steps."
Student, 10th grade
7/23/2015 9:37:00 AM
"I suggest that when you read your assignments, pretend you have to make a presentation after every covered topic. This will prepare you better and create more confidence."
7/13/2015 10:09:00 AM
"When taking notes, write down all important information, including information that might not be on the test. That information might turn out to be a bonus question."
"Make studying fun and reward yourself! You won't want to do it if it's not enjoyable. For example, you can reward yourself with your favorite snack or candy when you've finished studying a specific subject."
Student, 10th Grade
Sugar Valley, Georgia
"Don't just read a subject. You also have to get involved with it emotionally so that you feel the subject."