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""The best way to learn is to help your fellow classmates, friends and siblings in their studies, especially if it is the same subject and/or topic. You will find new concepts you wouldn't have thought about before and that way you will do more research and will try to understand a topic more and in a better way.""
     
  Pathan Rashid khan  
  Student, 8th grade  
  larkana , Pakistan  
  5/27/2015 5:29:00 AM  
     
"Study alone always and later ask about what you don't understand. This does cut interruptions. Be positive about what you read. Always take a break whenever you feel exhausted. Think out of the box to get an overview about a certain thing."
     
  Klaudia Peneyambeko David  
  Student, tertiary  
  Windhoek, Namibia  
  5/26/2015 9:36:00 PM  
     
""Your brain is like a file cabinet. If you try to cram everything in at once, you won't be able to retrieve anything later because everything is so disorganized. Organize your "file cabinet" by studying one section at a time and really let the information soak in before moving onto the next lesson.""
     
  Attaullah Khan  Pathan  
  Student, Eight grade  
  Larkana, Pakistan  
  5/26/2015 10:10:00 AM  
     
""Use different study methods for different parts of each subject. For example, use flash cards to remember words and dates, draw a mind map linking important points, write practice essays and do practice questions, highlight your notes, rewrite your notes, and keep everything for review later. Listen to classical music. It has been suggested that one studies better while listening to quite relaxing classical music, especially Mozart. "
     
  Attaullah Khan  Pathan  
  Student, Eight grade  
  Larkana, Pakistan  
  5/26/2015 10:09:00 AM  
     
""If you study a topic many times you can understand the topic and remember the topic in your brain. I usually do this in the morning." "
     
  Rashid Muhammad Pathan khan  
  Student, 11 grade  
  Larkana Ratadero, Pakistan  
  5/26/2015 1:07:00 AM  
     
"If you have any questions after you read, look for the answers and then go over them three times. If you can't find an answer, get the explanation from someone. Always concentrate and study alone. After you learn something, you can go over it with someone."
     
  Hamza Zaidi  
  Student, 8th  
  Karachi, Pakistan  
  5/23/2015 11:37:00 PM  
     
"Whenever take a math test I always double check my calculations. I do this in science too. I don't want to lose points for careless errors."
     
  Sanaullah Pathan  
  Student, tenth  
  Llarkan, Pakistan  
  5/22/2015 10:09:00 PM  
     
"For math, first work with the problem. Play around with it in your mind to find the best answer. Then review your work and answer. "
     
  Najm Afylfhu  
  Student, 6th  
  St.Could, Minnesota  
  5/18/2015 4:34:00 PM  
     
 
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