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"Don't freak out when you face all your assignments. Take your time and approach them one at a time."
  Aubrey Ocheltree  
  Student, 7th grade  
  Turo, Iowa  
  9/22/2014 7:45:00 AM  
"Try to calm down and turn off all distractions when you begin to study. Learn the most important facts first. Don't just read the material from beginning to end, stopping to memorize each new fact as you come to it. New information is acquired much more easily when you can relate it to material that you already know."
  Sadichchha Rulekar  
  Student, college  
  Navi Mumbai, India  
  9/22/2014 5:55:00 AM  
"What I do is I turn on the radio to my favorite radio station, read my study guide, and make up songs about what I am studying. I remember what I'm studying later when I sing the songs to myself."
  KT Sullivan  
  Student, 9th grade  
  Seneca, Missouri  
  9/19/2014 12:24:00 PM  
"Study in the afternoon for an hour after school. This is when what you learned that day in school will be freshest in your mind."
  Lynn Lesejane  
  Student, 12th grade  
  Gaborone, Botswana  
  9/16/2014 9:08:00 AM  
"Stay focused on what you have to do for school. Your friends can wait, but assignments can't."
  Bryan Villiladro  
  Student, 9th  
  Dallas, Texas  
"Find a way to use what you have learned as soon as possible. Using what you know rather than just knowing what you know is one of the most effective study habits known to mankind. Use what you know in as many contexts as possible. "
  Avery Austin  
  Student, College  
  Manassas, Virginia  
"Be mindful of what you eat before studying and/or testing. Eating a heavy meal can make you feel sluggish and not able to absorb information. "
  Louis A. Burns  
  Teacher, college  
  New York , New York  
"Study one section of a book at a time. The next time study another section. Also, test yourself to see if you remember the information from the previous section you studied. Review what you don't remember. "
  Usui Thomas Wilson  
  Student, 11th grade  
  Birmingham, United Kingdom  
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