Study Tips From Our Visitors - 2019 Archive

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visual learning style. Firstly, I watch an English movie with bilingual subtitles to get its main idea. Secondly, I watch the movie again with English subtitles and take notes of what am interested in. Thirdly, I review my notes.

      huang, Student, 13th degree - China  05/27/2019

I have 3. First, listen to music. It's proven to help you focus and be more productive. Secondly, give yourself some space. Don't let anything bother you. Don't leave on the TV, or constantly have to switch songs. Just pay attention to your notes. Lastly, take breaks! Studying for hours makes your more subject to daydreaming. A break can be anything from playing video games to going for a run. But don't make it too long.

      Noah, Student, 9th Grade - Missouri  11/11/2019

listening to music helps me as a kinesthetic learner

      jackie, Student, 7 - Utah  08/28/2019

I like to use and the Read and Write Program that read the scanned text out loud to me. Also sometimes I look up educational Youtube videos and when I watch them I also read the captions. Flash cards are also helpful.

      Ashley, Student, Junior in college  - Massachusetts  10/11/2019

make sure you turn in your missing work

      jesus, Student, 9th - California  09/18/2019

Find somewhere quiet to study. Put on some background noise to drown out a loud environment. You can also take short breaks in between longer study sessions.

      Sophie, Student, 10th grade - Ohio  08/28/2019

do not procrastinate it will just get pushed back longer and longer so your best bet is to do it strait away

      Meghan, Student, 9 - Missouri  10/17/2019

"Have notes that make sense and you can even ask a teacher about the notes to correct them if needed.”

      Lacey, Student, 8th grade - California  02/11/2019

I listen to music 🎶 when I study 📖 😆

      Evan, Student, 3rd garde - Ireland  11/08/2019

Re-read the chapter, make flashcards, be productive.

      Poopy Butt, Student, 100th grade - Arizona  11/13/2019

Having somebody quiz me with vocab card before quizzes/tests helps me a lot.

      Carmen, Student, 6th Grade - New York  01/25/2019

Try doing a Brain Dump! Write down everything you know about your current unit and check with your notes to see where the gaps are.

      Temi, Student, 9th Grade - Texas  02/10/2019

I think you should try and find articles on your subject (mostly science) because it really makes me curious and more inclined to study the subject.

      Emily, Student, 8th grade - Australia - Western Australia  07/02/2019

Study hard during night time because at this time nothing can disturb you.

      Danyal, Student, 9th grade - Pakistan  07/30/2019

Make sure you have a quiet place to study in with no distractions.

      Meriam, Student, 7th Grade - Michigan  04/12/2019

Try to stay in a position you wont get too comfortable in. Also stay hydrated, ask questions if you can and always take notes, when your finnished then read over the notes aloud so its easier to remember

      Haruka, Student, 8th grade - Maryland  03/31/2019

when you are reading a book or an article while studying make sure to skim and scan so you dont need to read the whole thing you are just getting the important bits and sentences and find what your looking for.

      Hala, Student, Grade 5 - Saudi Arabia  05/22/2019

Always drink water while studying and when you feel tired, exercise even if it's just jumping jacks or taking a walk and listening to music. Use your breaks to do your daily workout routine. It will increase your energy levels and help you concentrate.

      Zahraa, Student, 9th grade - South Africa  10/25/2019

I study better when I re-write my notes.

      Lily , Student, 6th - Tennessee  03/26/2019

Find a quiet spot to study with no distractions(no phones, ipads or music) and read over the things you need to study. You can choose a color to color the things you don't know, and the things you do know. You can make notecards or rewrite your notes in colorful colors. I also do NOT recommend studying with a friend because you don't get much done. I hope my tip helped!

      Laura, Student, 6th grade - Florida  05/12/2019

Don't procrastinate.

      ameear, Student, 7th - Michigan  04/12/2019

I like watching plays. This way can not only improve my spoken English, but also cultivate my sense of language. The key is that it is very relaxed.

      Jennifer, Student, sophomore - China  05/27/2019

Get all your tools, equipment, snacks, etc. ready before hand so that you wont be distracted later during your study sesh xx

      Victory, Student, S4 - United Kingdom  11/04/2019

Get as much sleep as you can, the more sleep you get the better you can remember things better from the day before

      Kohl, Student, 9th - Mississippi  09/26/2019

Use flashcards and go over them whenever you have time. Sort out the ones you don't get right, and go over them until you understand it. It also helps to repeat the information during the day to make it stick. Ask a friend to test you.

      Crystal, Student, 6th grade - New York  01/05/2019

Don't rush through things take your time.

      Shantel, Student, 9th grade - Idaho  05/02/2019

Finding out your learning style is very helpful when studying. There are three types of learning styles and you can take the quiz on this website to find out your style. If you're better at learning by looking, you can draw graphs and diagrams to help. If you're better at listening then maybe read your notes out loud and record them. If you learn stuff more by doing things, you can try building things.

      Jodie, Student, 6th grade - California  06/16/2019

Before you Study Something, Pick a place and time, Plan your time of study, Discover your learning style, Stay motivated,

      Lala irfan Khan, Student, 12th - Pakistan  04/17/2019

Reading and watching all of documentaries about your concerning subject. Listening ted talk education in your free to expand your thinking.

      Tran, Student, university - Vietnam  09/22/2019

Focus on the class when teacher teaching you ,if you don't know something or can't understand about it ask your teacher or your friends,is very important for you to understand the subject.most important is you need study and do some quiz to test youself.

      Previna, Student - Malaysia  01/01/2019

If you don't get something the teacher said then try using other sources, like friends, textbooks or the internet. And always ask questions.

      Mona, Student,  - Florida  03/12/2019

For visual learners take notes! Before I didn’t and my grades were bad now I do and they are much better.

      Lydia, Student, 7th - Indiana  10/11/2019

When taking notes, associate each note with a color and shape. Then, when you need to remember the notes, remember the shape and color.

      Ruby , Student, 6th  - New Jersey  07/28/2019

I love working out things and learning new things it helps alot. I love making things difficult for myself when I know I can try harder when I do it. I love drawing too.

      Savannah, Student, 8th grade - Alabama  09/13/2019

When I study I like to write definitions and take my time. There is NO rush!!

      skylar, Student, 6th - North Carolina  12/03/2019

When studying use earbuds/headphones to cancel out noise (optional- and play no music so there is a smaller chance of distractions.)

      Hailey, Other, 7th Grade - Nevada  02/06/2019

Don't wait till the last minute. try to finish it in class.

      Arik, Student, 9th grade - Missouri  09/26/2019

Study with a friend that will not get you distracted!

      Lily, Student, 9th grade - Missouri  11/11/2019

I prefer making my on notes as am study, this makes me to remember and encourages me more to study

      Edward Jaulani Nyirenda, Student, First year student - Zambia  07/29/2019

Put time aside to study a little every night. Set a timer to takes “brain breaks” so you’re not overwhelming yourself with information and able to retain more. If you have a partner helping you, make sure you’re having them mix up the questions so you aren’t just answering based on what you know is coming next- it won’t help you when you get to your test.

      Abbigail, Student, College 2nd year - Wyoming  09/01/2019

Make time to study beforehand and use flashcards.

      Kamden, Student, 9th - Missouri  10/31/2019

After covering a topic, discuss it with a friend. I find it helps to really cement it in my mind to say it out loud in my own words and have someone talk about it with me (and if you realize you don't know enough to discuss it, then it's easy to tell that you need to look it over again).

      Joe, Student, Graduate School - Alabama  06/13/2019

Using flash cards or finding videos online is very helpful !!!

      sammy, Student, 7th grade - Montana  03/11/2019

Always pay attention in class and make yourself a study guide so you know what you are doing.

      Joake, Student, 11th grade - California  08/24/2019

If you ever get back your homework,projects,and assignments from your teacher,always look at them. This will help if you made a mistake on something and will help you study for what you need to improve on. It will also give you an idea of what might be on a test.

      Tali, Student, 8th Grade - California  06/16/2019

Have your parents quiz you if they can it helps a lot

      Jayla, Student, 7th grade - Connecticut  01/21/2019

Make sure to understand the main concept/main theme of a given particular answer while studying

      Aby, Student,  - India  07/17/2019

Ask a lot of questions. You'll have a better idea of what to do.

      Maxton, Student, (9th Grade) - Missouri  11/14/2019

make sure you ask the teachers questions to make sure if you understand

      logan, Student, 6 -   10/01/2019

Explain the topic to yourself as if you were explaining it to another person. You will remember the points.

      MOOKEN Jerusha , Teacher, MBA  - Madagascar  05/31/2019

Take a lot of notes. Taking notes will help you remember what you've learned, and pay attention to what the teacher says during class.

      Jordan, Student, 8th Grade - Massachusetts  11/19/2019

Be organized! That's the key. Define your priorities from the most urgent assignment to those who can wait a little. Know how much time you have to do your assignments. And keep away from those things that may be a distraction.

      Jose, Teacher, Orientation - Honduras  08/22/2019

Try to find a balance between studying and having fun. Too much studying could lead to headaches due to being overwhelmed. With a balance you can get better grades and have fun.

      Joake, Student, 11th grade - California  08/24/2019

Use music. Not music with lyrics in it, no, just music. Video game music is made specifically to help people concentrate on what they're doing. Also, writing things down is scientifically proven to help people remember things. Even if your handwriting isn't the best, it can help.

      Anonymous, Student, 9th Grade - Illinois  10/23/2019

Creating acronyms can help study for an upcoming test, and it really helps you remember information.

      Malaak, Student, 7th grade - Michigan  03/29/2019

Find the quietest place you can, I find it easier to study and to finish my work. Easier for me to think as well.

      Bonnie, Student, 11th Grade - New Zealand  02/07/2019

Study for the most important test, if you have a non important test and know the material spend less time than a more important test where you don't

      lionel, Other, 11 - US Armed Forces  05/14/2019

I find that when I study to make a rough copy one night of what I want to do this week, and write down how long you want to do it for. You can be productive and organised!

      Annika, Student, 10th grade  - Australia - New South Wales  10/22/2019

Use notecards for vocab and then each vocab word you don’t know, put into a pile (or star if using an online feature). Later go back and look at each one of these in your notes, the teachers notes, or your textbook and write down 3 sentences about the term. It really helps!

      Alina, Student, 10th - Illinois  01/14/2019

Pay attention to everything your teacher says and when they repeat something it's important and may be on a test

      Hamza, Student, 7th Grade - Massachusetts  01/07/2019

take short breaks during studying

      Michaela, Student, 8th - Virginia  03/13/2019

It is best to understand what you are reading,this will help you to remember the work and also very important Go through your work every day,just so you don't stress yourself during exams or tests.

      Bianca, Student, 1 - Namibia  01/29/2019

Stop using the word "study". Change it to "learn". "Studying" often means just staring at a book and just daydreaming. "Learning" means moving from not knowing something to actually knowing it.

      Anna, Teacher,  - Ireland  09/03/2019

When teachers ask questions in class, write them down in a notebook so you have an idea of what could be on the test.

      Riley, Student, 9th grade - Pennsylvania  01/14/2019

Read 25 minutes and take 5 minutes break

      subham, Student, 8 - India  02/02/2019

always always study ahead of time ! A week before is always a good time to start, plan your study schedule, drink lots of water, take periodic breaks, and do not study for something for an hour straight! Try to find somewhere peaceful and clear all electronics and distractions!

      ashley, Student, 10th grade - California  05/22/2019

Retyping or rewriting my notes helps me remember them because I have to first read the notes, then right them down, then read over them to make sure I wrote it correctly. Because I am a visual learning this helps a lot.

      Ella, Student, 9th grade - Ohio  09/19/2019

When you study make sure you get comfortable so you can focus more.

      Ahmed, Student, grade 7  - Michigan  03/29/2019

Make flash cards

      Amelia , Student,  - Arkansas  08/31/2019

If you are ever given a study guide go over it with friends that can help a lot Because you are able to talk to your friends while studying

      Kayla, Student, 6th grade - Connecticut  01/21/2019

Study somewhere that is not filled with distractions.

      Mohamad, Student, 7th grade - Michigan  04/12/2019