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"I type notes when I review for a test. Then I create and use flashcards based on the notes."
  Marlon Matthew Nolasco  
  Student, 7th Grade  
  Laguna City, Philippines  
  1/23/2015 6:25:00 AM  
"I read to get more understanding of what I have been taught. My studying is the review and revision of what I have covered previously. I study slowly and patiently. I also read a great deal."
  Amuram Sacky  
  Student, 6th  
  Windhoek, Namibia  
  1/22/2015 10:28:00 PM  
"I find that motivational quotes help me to start and keep studying. Here is one of my favorites. "You can't win the race until you start running.""
  Cedric Arnold  
  Student, 8th Grade  
  Dover, Ohio  
"When it comes to studying vocabulary, terms, or just any type of notes (besides math)], I like to make cue cards. I write the word or question on one side, then the answer or definition on the other. This way I can focus on one question at a time, and then I color coordinate them to separate the ones I know, I kind of know, and ones I have no clue about. "
  Holly Sullivan  
  Student, 11th grade  
  Hampton, Canada - New Brunswick  
"Starting to study is the hardest thing to do. Once you do that it gets a lot easier. Make a schedule and stick to it because if you stop studying it will be hard to start again. If you have certain times that you study each subject, keep it that way. If you have more time than needed on a day, don't make your study time shorter. Use the extra time to get ahead because you might have a a big assignment the next day."
  Gabriella B.  
  Student, 8th Grade  
  Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania  
"You can't just get around to studying. You have to plan when you are going to study and what you are going to study. Then study in a quiet area."
  Ricky  Jiang  
  Student, 8th Grade  
  Gilmer, Texas  
"The way I take notes in class is to listen selectively for main ideas and key points. A major part of my studying is to review my notes often and thoroughly."
  Andre Grable  
  Student, 12th  
  Highland Park, Michigan  
"Do a little of studying and then get up and take a break. But here's the important thing. While you are taking your break, continue to think about what you just studied. "
  Vicky Pochat  
  Student, 6th  
  Central Valley, New York  
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