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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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"Try study sheets. They are basically like a test only you can look back at the answers. Check them to make sure you are correct. And listen to music while you study and then go over the song in you head while you take the test. "
  Emily Burchwell  
  Student, 6th  
  Limestone, Pennsylvania  
  1/16/2017 11:05:00 AM  
"My tip to you guys is to plan what you're going to do when you study."
  Tyrone Williams  
  Student, 10  
  Jacksonville , Florida  
  1/13/2017 2:38:00 PM  
""I like to study while eating food. I put on a scent. Before the test, I put on the same scent, and it helps me remember the information I studied by association. ""
  Bob Llama  
  Student, 8th Grade  
  Dubai, United Arab Emirates  
  1/9/2017 2:16:00 AM  
"I remember things best by repeating them over and over in my head."
  John  Clover  
  Student, 12th grade  
  Belleville, Illinois  
"When studying for anything remember to do this. Put aside all electronics except your computer. Turn your brain on. Don't ever study on an empty stomach because you won't be able to focus."
  Madison Young  
  Student, 7th grade  
  Greeley, Nebraska  
"My study tip is to eat study foods before the night of the test and while you're studying. Good study foods are blueberries, wild salmon, nuts or sunflower seeds, avocados, beets, broccoli, celery, dark chocolate, and coconut oil. These will keep your brain fueled while you're studying and taking the test. "
  Dilynn Wood  
  Student, 7th Grade  
  Greeley, Nebraska  
"Use bright colors to help you memorize important parts of the chapter. Bright colors are more recognizable than gray or black. "
  Carly  Johnson  
  Student, 7th grade  
  Greeley, Nebraska  
"Don't just read what you need to remember. Write it out! Research shows that this is a much better way to remember information."
  Reynaldo Lopez  
  Student, 10th grader  
  Louisville, Kentucky  
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