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"If you have a big test the next day, go to bed early and wake up earlier then you usually would. That way you would feel alert and and probably do good on the test."
  Ava Grace  
  Student, 5th grade  
  Las Vegas, Nevada  
  1/2/2018 10:58:00 PM  
"Try not to study on your bed. Color code your notes. During class take good notes while the teacher is talking. Study with a friend. Sometimes I wear headphones and listen to music while studying (not too loud). "
  Katie  Alexh  
  Student, 8th grade  
  New York, New York  
"The sages say, "If you want to learn something well, teach it." Teaching one's peers helps a lot."
  Bright  Asare Ankomah  
  Teacher, supervisor  
  Accra, Ghana  
"if you are a visual learner (like to learn by looking at things or colors), then make flash cards and highlight key words or terms."
  Jameka  Afflick  
  Student, 7th grade  
  San Angelo, Texas  
"What I like to do when studying is listen to music that has no singing. I work for 15 minutes on and 5 minutes off so I do not lose my focus. "
  Casey  Fancher  
  Student, 6th  
  Battle Creek, Michigan  
"Ask friends to help you out whenever you are stuck. Join a study group in which everyone stays on task. "
  JJ Walters  
  Student, 6th  
  Battle Creek, Michigan  
"Sit in a comfortable spot where you can focus. Uncomfortable spots can make you distracted."
  John  Brand  
  11th grade  
  Sacramento, California  
"Wear some earbuds or headphones to block out all the noise so you're not distracted and can only hear yourself think. You can even wear headphones over the wireless earbuds for extra silence."
  Brody  Goforth  
  Student, 6th Grade  
  Bradenton, Florida  
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