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"Here are some ideas to do well on tests.
1. Prepare yourself at least one week before an exam.
2. Get enough sleep; do not push yourself to study until midnight.
3. Wake up in the early morning to review the exam materials.
4. Have a discussion group with your friends.
5. Understand your teacher's grading criteria.
6. If it's an essay test, include important points your teacher said during
Student, 3rd year college student
"Here is a flashcard tip. Read your flashcards 7 times each day line by line. This might get annoying, but it's a great help for remembering information."
Student, 10th grade
"As a student I sometimes think I have to study more in future. No! Today is the future of tomorrow. Start studying right away. Don't think of studying as hard work. Just be interested in what you study and work to like it. Then learning is fun and becomes easy."
Student, High school
"If you have your mind set on being the best learner, don't freak if you have a big test to study for. The best way to study peacefully would be to put away distractions such as cell phones and televisions and relax. If it helps, turn on some relaxing, quiet music to help you focus. "
Student, 6th Grade
"Concentration and time are the important things. First, concentrate your mind. Then divide your time across your subjects. Try to spend more time on the difficult subjects."
Student, BE (CSE)
Raipur (CG), India
"When you are in class, jot down all the points that your teacher is explaining. Similarly, when you are at home, read the particular chapter or concepts your teacher has explained. If you are allowed to, underline in your textbook all the important points. Or otherwise, write them in your notebook. Study these important points for tests."
"As a child I had severe ADD and had significant trouble remembering something as simple as a homework assignment. Frustrated with my memory troubles I began highlighting my study material with different color highlighters. I used different colors based on the subject and priority of the material. I then began to use my study methods while listening to classical music. I would play the tune I was listening to while studying in my mind and would recall the flashes of color and in turn I would remember the material."
"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. "