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"Look new words over and then find a study partner. Have your partner say the words. You have to give the meanings and spell them right."
  Kara Michaels  
  Student, 7th grade  
  Melbourne, Australia  
  6/26/2017 8:15:00 PM  
"The first thing I do when I take a math test is to write down all of the formulas. Then I can easily use them as I take the test. Nothing is worse than knowing how to solve a problem but forgetting the formula."
  Lauren Pinder  
  Student, going into high school  
  Racine, Wisconsin  
"I study in my room away from noise. I can focus harder and think more clearly when I am alone. I take much better notes this way. "
  Tiyana Duncan  
  12th grade  
  Fayetteville, North Carolina  
"Plan your whole week out day by day, and study notes again and again even if the test is not until next week. Listen to classical music. Follow your study time and avoid procrastinating. Ask your friends for help if you don't understand the lesson. Eat healthy food while studying to reward yourself and don't study just before bedtime."
  Kimberly Co  
  Student, High School  
  Manilla, Philippines  
"Study before class, not during class, because class is for doing work, not studying. Studying is for before and after class. Also, don't listen to metal or pop music, or anything with lyrics if you listen to music while you study. Listen to classical music, like piano pieces."
  Lexie  Estes  
  Student, 9th grade  
  Monmouth , Maine  
"Some of my friends cram the night before an exam. I do the very opposite. I do things to relax and then get a good night's sleep. I don't give any thought to the exam until the morning."
  Freddie Rodriguez  
  Student, Going into 10th grade  
  Atlanta, Georgia  
"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  
"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  
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