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"As a dyslexic, I had to find my own ways to get to my goals. Never trying "just to study", it helps to get out, exercise, go for a swim, and then back to schedule. I write notes, draw, listen to classical music. Internet resources and university retired professors are great sources of knowledge."
     
  Adam M.  
  Student, Grad.  
  Kansas City, Missouri  
  5/23/2017 5:41:00 PM  
     
"I meditate before I begin to study. Doing this reduces my stress and helps me to concentrate. I do best when my emotions are under control."
     
  Jackson Whittier  
  Student, High School Senior  
  Trenton, New Jersey  
  5/23/2017 1:45:00 PM  
     
"The best way for me to study is being in a quiet place and listening to music. It really helps when what you are studying is the only thing which is rolling in your head.. free up your mind for a while and only focus on your studies... it helps, try it."
     
  Danny Phiri  
  Student, College  
  Lusaka, Zambia  
  5/11/2017  
     
"Use palm cards to review for a test. I usually write one fact and some extra information about the fact that I'll probably need on each palm card. If I forget something, I write the same fact on a different card again, except with different extra information. It's a lot like using flash cards, but I find it better because you're writing as well - writing has actually been proven to help you retain information. So if you keep forgetting something, write it down!"
     
  Safaa Sayeed  
  Student, Grade 9  
  Sydney, Australia - New South Wales  
  5/3/2017  
     
"If you want your future to be bright, don't just study hard. Also go to extra classes in subjects you have difficulty with."
     
  Reneilwe Florah  
  Student, 1OTH GRADE  
  Polokwane, South Africa  
  4/30/2017  
     
"Use flash cards and index cards to learn your notes better. When you are in a rush to get to a test, stay calm and think about something positive like what you are going to do for the summer."
     
  Alexis  Rogers  
  Student, 9  
  Bridgetown, Barbados  
  4/27/2017  
     
"Avoid catastrophic thinking. Instead of thinking, “I’m a mess, I’ll never have enough time to study for this exam,” look at it like, “I may be a little late to study as much as I’d like, but since I’m doing it now, I’ll get most of it done.”"
     
  Destiny Rogers  
  Student, 9th grade  
  Madisonville, Louisiana  
  4/26/2017  
     
"When studying for an online class, have lecture and reading windows open to utilize audio and visual learning styles together."
     
  Laura Waterman  
  Student, College  
  Duluth, Georgia  
  4/23/2017  
     
 
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