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Notes are vital for studying. A great tip on writing notes is to write in colourful pens as it would attract your attention to read. But, keep to a few colours. Make sure you leave S P A C E S so it's not messy. It's also very helpful to draw diagrams in your notes so the page wouldn't look so dull. Lastly, and the MOST important, READ your notes regularly!
Amalina Anas, Student, Form 2 Malaysia
When I set my study times I allow for downtime. These are 15 minutes when I take a break by daydreaming or meditating, or writing in a journal. Don't take a nap because you might sleep right through your studying. A good idea is to do some light physical exrcise. This gets your mind and body ready to go back to studying.
William Levinson, Student, 11th grade California
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Rule cards can be a very useful study aid for students in any grade. They can be used in any subject. A rule card simply consists of a rule on the front side and one or two examples of the rule on the back. Students can add examples throughout the school year. By carrying the rule cards with them, students can gain mastery of the rules through frequent review.
A simple way to deal with an undesirable behavior is to request a behavior that is incompatible with the undesirable behavior. For example, if a student ignores a particular student in the class, request that he or she work with that student on a specific task that can earn each of them points toward a higher grade.