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Below are the most recent study tips that have been submitted by our visitors. To see more study tips, the archives are available to the left. If you would like to submit your own Study Tip to be included below, please fill out our submission form.
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"Understand that you need breaks. You just can't work, work, work. You can schedule breaks or just take them when you get tired of studying. "
     
  Alaina S  
  Student, 6th grade  
  Cary, North Carolina  
  8/31/2015 5:24:00 PM  
     
"The best way to study is to "divide and conquer." Divide your study material into smaller chunks to study and target the concepts one by one."
     
  Tahir Mahmood Kamboh  
  Engineer  
  Lahore, Pakistan  
  8/28/2015 10:41:00 AM  
     
"My study tip is to first get in a quiet space. Only then should you start to do what you need to do for school. "
     
  Adam Macdonald  
  Student, s2  
  Glasgow, United Kingdom  
  8/28/2015  
     
"Don't read aloud, move your lips, or point letters with your fingers while reading because it will slow down your reading speed."
     
  Praise Echem  
  Student, grade 11  
  Port Harcourt, Nigeria  
  8/27/2015  
     
"Study in a comfortable room that is quiet, using concept maps. Have fruit wedges or another healthy snack next to you. They also say that taking a nap before studying is very good, and you have to take a short break from 5 to 7 minutes just in case you become tired."
     
  Javier Eduardo Fuentes Poza  
  Student, 7th grade  
  Labranza, Temuco, Chile  
  8/26/2015  
     
"Ensure you have a good sleep or nap before studying."
     
  Olugbenga Akinwuntan  
  Student, college  
  Clemmons, North Carolina  
  8/24/2015  
     
"Don't sit and watch the clock when you study. Do what it does. Keep going."
     
  Luca Fuertes  
  Student, 6th Grade  
  Bangkok, Thailand  
  8/23/2015  
     
"Eat healthy food as it increases your concentration. Take enough rest so that your mind can retain the information better. And one very important thing is exercise. Exercise refreshes your brain after a period of hefty studying."
     
  Ananthan Balaji  
  Student, 10th grade  
  Kuwait City, Kuwait  
  8/22/2015  
     
 
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