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Remembering is a tricky business. We can remember some things easily, yet cannot remember other things. We can remember some things for a long time, but other things seem to go in and out of a door in our mind. There is no 'magic pill' for remembering, but here are 10 tips that can help.  
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It is important to take written notes in class. Taking notes requires you to focus on what your teacher is saying. Further, your notes will contain important information that may not be in your textbooks. Good notes will help you prepare for tests. Here are some tips that will help you take good notes.
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Free teaching tip Asking questions is a very frequently used teaching tool. Here are some suggestions for asking effective questions. ... Another free teaching tip A variety of instructional techniques are available to teachers, but the traditional lecture remains a widely used technique. This is particularly true in high school and college classes. Here are some ideas for making your lectures as effective as p ...
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Free Study Tip When taking notes, underline and highlight important words or dates. Double underline very important information.
 
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Parkland, Florida, USA
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Another free Study Tip You're smart, you're well-educated, but there's ALWAYS ways to improve. A good breakfast is one of the answers. Don't just snatch a chocolate bar or a drink can. Those who do that perform equivalent as average 70-year-olds. Plus, have a good sleep. You need some time to process - memories. Sure, you need to race time (to study), but stop once in a while. And I mean, ONCE IN A WHILE.
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A random study tip submitted by one of our visitors Use acronymic sentences. If you have to learn, for example, the colors of the rainbow (red orange yellow green blue indigo violet), take the 1st letter of each and make a (maybe quite funny) sentence. ROYGBIN- Roy Obviously Yawns Greatly Back In Newcastle.
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