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"You don't have to study for a long time. But if you study for a short time, you have to study with complete concentration. "
     
  Priyanka Pareek  
  Student, 10 th grade  
  Faridabad, India  
  7/29/2014 7:03:00 AM  
     
"If you find a topic difficult to learn, try to explain how to learn it to others. Once you know how to do it, review it by explaining it to others who do not know how to do it. "
     
  Priyanka Pareek  
  Student, 10th grade  
  Faridabad, India  
  7/29/2014 7:00:00 AM  
     
"After studying, do something unrelated to your studying. Then come back and review what you studied to increase your remembering and understanding."
     
  Sya Khulu  
  Student, Tetiary  
  Richards Bay, South Africa  
  7/26/2014 8:30:00 AM  
     
"Before studying, condition your mood first - listen to music. Don't try to memorize information, but just familiarize yourself with it. Eat nuts or chocolates for energy while studying. Don't study beyond 9:00 pm. Stop at the point where nothing is being absorbed by your brain."
     
  Freann Sharisse Austria  
  Student, 10th Grade  
  Cotabato City, Philippines  
  7/25/2014 11:51:00 PM  
     
"Take notes every time while you study, when you are in class, and after school to reinforce what you have learned. Highlight the important points in your notes. Also highlight key words."
     
  Nivedha  Shankar  
  Student, 6th grade  
  Chennai, India  
  7/25/2014 8:25:00 AM  
     
"Write down your timetable for studying. Your timetable must have a break so that you can refresh your mind . Then continue with your studying. Get to sleep no later than 11p.m. and sleep to at least 6 a.m."
     
  Veee Ngcobo  
  Student, 1 year  
  Portsheptone Kwazulunatal, South Africa  
  7/25/2014 1:00:00 AM  
     
" Maintain a place in your notebook in which you can jot down what topics or chapters you would like to study on a particular day. After studying, keep track of how much have you been able to stick to and complete of your daily target. This helps you keep track of your daily progress. Try to have fun studying! "
     
  G. P.  
  Student, 9th class  
  Kolkata, India  
  7/21/2014 1:21:00 AM  
     
"Use all your five senses while studying."
     
  Muhammad Arief bin Hassan  
  Student, o level  
  Kkuala Lumpur, Malaysia  
  7/17/2014 3:36:00 PM  
     
 
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