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"After I read a chapter in my textbook, I look for You Tube videos on the subject. This helps bring the information to life for me and I then understand and remember it better."
Student, upper level
Birmingham, United Kingdom
11/29/2016 4:35:00 PM
"Put all of your distractions/technology in another room and do not touch them until you know everything that you need to remember for your test. This way it motivates you to study so that you can get your items back. "
Student, year 11
Wells, United Kingdom
"Write what you remember after you finish reviewing a topic.
Give yourself a reward for your studying such as watching TV for an hour after you've done your notes and have reviewed how well you've done."
Student, Year 11
England, United Kingdom
"Study for 30 mins. Then take a 5 minute break and then continue so that it doesn't become tiring and boring."
Student, 10th grade
Virgina City, Virginia
"You should study in a classroom- type environment to help remember the things you had just studied when you take a test. If you can't then have something with you while you study that you can have later on so you can remember easily. "
Student, 8th Grade
"How to study? Once you have decided on what you must do, just focus on what you are doing."
"Studying is not hard if you put your mind to it. Whenever you are studying do what you like to do. For example , whenever I am studying I eat."
Student, 6th grade
Columbia , South Carolina
"Just put your mind to it and study. There is no easy way. Don't take shortcuts. Keep reviewing your notes until they are engraved in your mind."