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Study Tips From Our Visitors - 2017 Archive
Below is a collection of 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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"Always listen in class. Don't always try to write down everything your teacher says. Write down only what is really important."
  Lydia Howland  
  Student, 9th  
  Omaha, Nebraska  
"I Like to study in frequent short sessions rather than long sessions. If you study for too long a session it will be hard to remember everything."
  Mia Jones  
  Student, year 10  
  Coventry, United Kingdom  
"Always concentrate in class! And take notes,read you textbook, do the study guide and TRY YOUR BEST!!!"
  Ella Parker  
  Student, 6th grade  
  Roswell, Georgia  
"I study for tests before going to sleep so that it stays in my head for the test the next day."
  Faith Simmons  
  Student, First Year College  
  Goldendale, Washington  
"I remember things best by repeating them over and over in my head."
  John  Clover  
  Student, 12th grade  
  Belleville, Illinois  
"Read your notes. The then sing a song to yourself. Then go back and see if you still know what's in your notes. Go back over anything you don't remember."
  Charlie McGovern  
  Student, 9th grade  
  Dublin, Indiana  
"Sometimes I will study in a room in which my parents or an adult are. Then I won't have the urge to goof off and stop studying "
  Rachel  Smith  
  Student, 9th grade  
  Cleveland , Ohio  
"Make sure no distractions are present where you study. What you are studying has to be the thing that gets your full attention. "
  Hannah Graves  
  Student, 8th grade  
  Clarksville, Tennessee  
"I usually try "playing teacher" by teaching my siblings or parents. Not only does it help me retain my knowledge, but it also helps me by getting input from those I'm teaching so I can learn more about the subject or correct my mistakes."
  Lillian Reichel  
  Student, 10th grade  
  Kettering, Ohio  
"1.Buy an extra notebook for each subject at the beginning of the year so that as you finish a chapter in class, you can immediately write notes and summaries in that book. 2. Record your notes on a digital voice recorder or another device (you can also use your phone), listen to them in your spare time, listen to them as you would an audio book, concentrate on the words and try to memorize them as you hear them. "
  Koook S  
  Student, 8th  
  chennai, India  
"Take frequent breaks and have a snack before working."
  Jonas  Pullen  
  Student, 6th grade  
  Hemet, California  
"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 7:28:00 PM  
"This is a trick I use when checking spelling in an essay I've written. I read it backward. I don't have to worry if it makes sense - all I'm doing is looking at the spelling of each word."
  Andrew Thomas  
  Student, 10th grader  
  Reading, Massachusetts  
""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  
"When you study, maybe if you like mints, you can have one or before you take a test. Treats like mints can help you relax so you remember things."
  Krystal Fisher  
  Student, 6th grade  
  Dover, Delaware  
"I find that writing out notes makes it easier for me to understand them then reading them aloud over and over. "
  Klairissa Gomora  
  Student, 12th Grade  
  Fairview Heights, Illinois  
"First, find a peaceful place to study and while you are studying, make sure you have a glass of water as water is great for boosting memory power as well as a snack. If you sleep on the east side of your bed, you shall remember everything you have studied. Also, repeat whatever you have studied to yourself right before you go to sleep. Trust me, I have tried all these tips, and they work perfectly!"
  Sarah Korneil  
"Always aim for the Top!!! Make your family an utmost inspiration to achieve your goals."
  Keith Ase  
  Student, 6th grade  
  Cabuyao City, Philippines  
"I like to go outside and listen to music and just study. Fresh air really seems to help."
  Brittney Bowman  
  Student, 11th grade  
  Rockingham, North Carolina  
  4/10/2017 11:59:00 AM  
"My tip to you guys is to plan what you're going to do when you study."
  Tyrone Williams  
  Student, 10  
  Jacksonville , Florida  
"I like to use flashcards in order to study. I carry them everywhere and go over them until I know them all. "
  Mykell Davis  
  Student, 10  
  Belleville, Illinois  
"Take good notes, do your research, and listen to music that relaxes you."
  Ariyah Praham  
  Student, 11  
  Belleville , Illinois  
"Take a few minutes and relax before you start to study. Make a mental note to sit yourself down and think positively."
  John Kintock  
  Newark, New Jersey  
"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  
"It is important to read, but the most important thing is to study hard."
  Hawzhin Mustafa  
  Student, 2  
  Hawler, Iraq  
"Think of it this way. When you study, you are putting information in your brain.When you take the test, use that information from your brain to write it on the test."
  Preston  Thomas  
  Student, 8th grade  
  Farmington Hills, Michigan  
"The right position is important while studying. The way you sit matters a lot. Sit upright, do not be too relaxed as this might make you sleepy, do not lie on your bed because you will be too comfortable making you yield to the temptation of sleeping. Let your reading table be slightly below your chest."
  Ponzing Josiah  
  Jos, Nigeria  
  4/21/2017 10:02:00 PM  
" I make flash cards to help me remember important information. I use different color cards for each subject."
  Kali Howard  
  Student, 8  
  Zachary, Louisiana  
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