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By: Caitlynn K.
With any test/quiz coming up always do extra credit if it is available.
Always study even if you think it's unnecessary...it will pay off.
Study every night for a week (especially around midterms and finals).
Ask your teacher if there are any
that you can work on for extra practice. Do this even if there is no extra points involved (this is mainly for math).
A good study method if you do not want to waste flashcards is to use a
. A study flip is a paper folded in half with a question on one side and an answer on the other
Have a good
, BUT nothing too comfortable because you will then have a high risk of falling asleep.
Use your phone
to record voice memos. Say bits of useful information from your notes and then put it on replay to listen to while you are walking or trying to fall asleep.
tomorrow's study time.
When studying have all
at hand and easy to access.
Have a bottle of water and a healthy
snack next to you when you are studying.
so that you can study for longer.
While studying pretend you're
teaching the material
. This method helps you pay more attention.
Writing something is equivalent to reading it 7 times.
your notes to help memorize them.
Never study just notes. Look over practice questions or any other materials you may have.
Study in a well lit areas.
There is a website called
This site contains PowerPoints about any subject you type in.
yourself after a long study session with candy.
such as quizlet, flashcards, and focus keeper.
Never study in distracting areas.
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