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"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."
Student, 8th grade
8/26/2016 7:53:00 AM
" Use index cards for your notes when reading. Go through them frequently."
8/24/2016 7:24:00 AM
"Whenever one of my professors covers a chapter from the textbook in class, I go back and reread it. I make flashcards of new vocabulary and facts."
Student, going into second year community college
"Review you materials from the day you get them. Don't wait till the last minute to cram everything in. Also, you should create flashcards on the terms and definitions you have trouble on so you can practice them."
Student, 6th grade
"Open your book and stay with it as if it's your best friend."
"You have to do all the exercises in the textbook for your weak subjects."
Student, form 4
"When I don't understand the concept I ask my teachers for books about it. Then I go home and work on pages that I need to review so that I don't make the same mistakes."
Student, 8th Grade
"Review your material several days ahead. Study different ways as in flashcards, practice tests, etc. In other words don't cram."