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"Listen to calm and relaxing music while studying. This will stop your nerves from tightening up, and get you away from thoughts that stress you out."
  Liyabona Vimbi  
  Student, 7th grade  
  East London, South Africa  
  3/24/2015 11:57:00 AM  
"Know what is the learning style that suits you first: seeing, listening, or doing hands-on activities. Then, you can research some study habits on your learning style."
  Maxine Canuto  
  Student, 7th grade  
  Las PiƱas City, Philippines  
  3/22/2015 1:08:00 AM  
"if you need help with a question, ask for help when your teacher is there. Otherwise, you'll probably get the question wrong unless you make a lucky guess"
  McKenzie Miller  
  Student, 5th grade  
  Cambridge, Illinois  
"After you read something, ask yourself if you really understand it. If not, try explaining it to yourself. If you can't, then consult reference sources to increase your understanding. You'll know if you have understanding if you can then explain it to someone else."
  Safaa Sayeed  
  Student, Year 7  
  Sydney, Australia - New South Wales  
"Sit in the front of the classroom to be less distracted and listen better. Another tip would be to have a prize for studying, like having your parents say "If you study hard we'll rent that movie you've been asking to see.""
  Mattie Nenycz  
  Student, 6th grade  
  Cambridge, Illinois  
"You can have your parent, guardian, or siblings help you study by using flash cards."
  Khloey Forst  
  Student, 8th  
  Tina , Missouri  
"Study with your parents. Make them ask you questions about the subject you are studying and answer them with details so they understand what you are learning. It's like you are teaching them!"
  Hannah Colliver  
  Student, 8th Grade  
  Tina, Missouri  
"You should read what you have to until you begin to lose your concentration. Then take a ten minute break. Then go back and read more. Then take another break. In this way you will have done all your reading in a concentrated way. "
  Jon David  
  Student, 9th grade  
  Edison, New Jersey  
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