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Best way to study is also making notes(picking out important points) instead of reading from your notebook.. If possible you can also study before you go to sleep it helps your brain only take in the information and even dream about it and end up remembering it❤ Study smart...and good luck to all of you guys out there..

      Regina Mulundileni , Student, 8 grade  -  Namibia


You can make a study sheet, try to condense the information you will need. Pay attention in class, it's very important! And do your homework carefully, it can save you time.

      Britney, Student, 7th grade  -  China


When you studying, you can write down all posible questions from the notes you reading.

      Moses, Student, Unza first year student   -  Zambia


Choose your goal for your learning at first step, then you can do whatever you have not done before.

      Arian Parandoush, Student,   -  Australia - South Australia


Nothing comes free in life. You have to work hard ad study A LOT if you are looking for a great grade. Also, keep your locker organized so you can keep track of all of your stuff.

      Laney, Student, 6th grade  -  New Jersey


Don't study all in one go for every 30 min take a 5 min break .

      aasiyah, Student, 8th  -  Maryland


Record yourself reading your chapter or notes out loud, then play the recording back to you while you are exercising, cleaning, etc.. I find it works better if I try speaking with the recording like if you were singing a good song or repeating a movie line.

      Jessi, Other,   -  Utah


When learning a new English word, try to remember the pronunciation first, this is more important that spelling. And try to use prefix and suffix to learn the vocabulary as much as possible.

      Eddie, Student, Certificate 4  -  Australia - South Australia


Mentally prepare yourself beforehand so when you start you are not stressing over tedious, trivial things.

      michael, Student, 8th grade  -  Maryland


Don't be afraid to ask for help. It's a sign of courage and the wise thing to do when you don't understand something or if you feel like you're falling behind. It's not a sign of weakness, you'll thank yourself later in life when you learn this skill.

      Armani, Student, College  -  Minnesota


When learning a new English word, try to remember the pronunciation first, this is more important that spelling. And try to use prefix and suffix to learn the vocabulary as much as possible.

      Eddie, Student, Certificate 4  -  Australia - South Australia


Make sure to have a clean, organized study space where your can study and do homework.

      Cora, Student, 6th grade  -  New Jersey


write down all tasks when you start to study and make a plan. try to clean your learning space and there only a table and a time tracker in my learning place.

      minrui, Student, graudated student  -  China


Music helps me focus a lot.

      seth Anderson, Student, 11th  -  


Study in a well lite room, quiet and comfortable, with breaks taken frequently.

      Tobechi, Student,   -  Tennessee


Stick your new words in you bedroom's wall, review it every day and that is how you can memorize hundred of words after some weeks.

      Arian Parandoush, Student,   -  Australia - South Australia


From my experience with school. I think that the best way to learn is by having a clean and organized setup before studying. But when I study I like to set an alarm for 30 minutes to study and 5 minutes to rest and take a break.

      Pierre, Student, 11th Grade  -  California


Always make sure to give yourself a reward after studying, it will keep you going, I promise :)

      Kiera, Student, 5th grade  -  Pennsylvania


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