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"Each day make a study time table, and after completing it, never forget to give yourself a reward."
Student, B.Sc final year
"We're not allowed to write in our textbooks. So what I do is write notes on yellow stickems that I put on the page. I can take these off at the end of the year."
Student, high school
"Never wait until the last minute to study for a test."
Student, 7 th grade
Wheatley, New York
"Never give up, always try as hard as you can. It is ok if you get distracted, as long as you try to get back on track."
Student, 8th grade
Gig Harbor, Washington
"No matter what stay focused on studying. When you get distracted it is hard to get back on track. "
Student, 9th grade
"When I'm having trouble understanding what a textbook chapter is about, I go to the end to see if there is a summary or conclusion. If there is, this gives me a sense of what the author is trying to convey."
Student, College junior
"When I plan my study time, I allow some time for short breaks. If I try to study too much at one time, I just fade out."
Student, 10th grade
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
"Write your notes in a format that is easy for you to read. Then you won't have stress over trying to read what you wrote."