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"I try to make studying as much fun as I can. What I try to do is think of something funny about the facts I need to know for a test. This helps me recognize the information when I take the test and helps relax me as I think of what was funny."
  Edward Garcia  
  Student, 10th Grade  
  BIRMINGHAM, Alabama  
  10/23/2016 10:32:00 AM  
"Don't ever think its hard, .. difficult .. always keep thinking its EASY, ... when you find yourself lost ... no worry .. take a deep breath and continue to study. Keep saying to yourself..'this will be temporary ... I will be fine after this.'"
  Amina  al Haya  
  university student  
  Kuching, Malaysia  
  10/14/2016 9:16:00 AM  
"First you need to set up your goals and achieve them. If you are struggling to achieve your goals never give up. The secret of success is 'hard work.' Set up your study time table and manage your time effectively."
  Aina Kalilo  
  Student, University of Namibia  
  Ogwediva, Namibia  
  10/10/2016 3:45:00 AM  
"This is something that works for me. When I become bored studying one subject, I switch to another. I go back and forth, but I make sure to finish each,"
  Kristen McDougald  
  Student, 8th grade  
  Amarillo, Texas  
  10/6/2016 9:54:00 AM  
"When you are stuck on something, don't give up. Keep doing it as well as you can. "
  Isaiah Daniels  
  Student, 6th  
  Richmond, Virginia  
"This takes a lot of work but it really helps me. After I read a chapter in my textbook I create a PowerPoint presentation about it. This makes me decide which is the most important information and present it in a concise manner. Then I review it before an exam."
  Elizabeth  Wolkers  
  Student, College Junior  
  Louisville, Kentucky  
"Each day make a study time table, and after completing it, never forget to give yourself a reward."
  Eram Khan  
  Student, B.Sc final year  
  Lucknow, India  
"We're not allowed to write in our textbooks. So what I do is write notes on yellow stickems that I put on the page. I can take these off at the end of the year."
  Geraldo Herrera  
  Student, high school  
  Laredo, Texas  
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