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"I first look at my planner and prioritize my homework. I put my work in the order it needs to be accomplished. I number the work in the order I should do it. Because my schedule is very busy, sometimes I label "when" I will do the work. Like this: 1) Math problems (30 minutes, Saturday morning) 2) Read Chapter 6 Odyssey (40 minutes, Saturday night) 3) Study for Science quiz (40 minutes, Sunday afternoon)"
  Mia Michels  
  Teacher, MS student  
  Denver, Colorado  
  12/1/2015 9:32:00 AM  
"Writing note neatly really helps. I think I learn much better when the notes are really easy to read and the pictures are neat!"
  Ellie Green  
  Student, 9th grade  
  Keswick, United Kingdom  
  11/30/2015 5:18:00 AM  
"If you are allowed to chew gum in school here is a tip for you... Chew a weird flavor of gum while studying and while taking the test chew the same type of gum... It is weird but it works because it makes a connection to what you studied. "
  Ariana Grande  
  Hollywood, California  
  11/23/2015 12:41:00 PM  
"Leave your comfort zone. LITERALLY. Restrict access to distractions by studying in an empty classroom, quiet coffee shop or in a park."
  Gwendolyn M.  
  Parent, 9th  
  Seattle, Washington  
"I write key points from my reading down on flashcards. Then I study them and make connections with my notes."
  Dguy Ade  
  Student, 7th geade  
  Kansas City, Kansas  
  11/15/2015 6:08:00 PM  
"Read and study for at least 2 hours a day. Take down notes in class."
  Thato Rammutla  
  Student, 8th grade  
  Johannesburg, South Africa  
  11/10/2015 11:26:00 PM  
" If you have a study guide, then use that to make notes on how to remember the questions and answers. When you are looking back on the questions and answers, you can see how to remember them by looking at your handwritten notes."
  Emily  Smith  
  Student, 6th  
  Lebanon, Missouri  
" I take out what I need and I read over it, picking out the important things. Then I write down the important things and read over them until I'm satisfied I know them pretty well."
  Jessie Belsky  
  Student, 8th grade  
  Moriarty, New Mexico  
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