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  Study smarter, not harder: Top 7 study tips
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11th Feb 2019, 5:12 AM
1. Don’t miss a class
‘A’ students never miss a class. They also not at all miss the start or end of a class, because vital notice about exams and projects are often made then. If you find you lose attention during lectures, record them on your handset or a simple voice recorder and listen again later on.
2. Review your notes quickly and often
After your class, read through your notes speedily again. It helps store the information in your long-term memory.
3. Organize your notes visually
It helps to re-write the key points of a class or subject as a chart – try using a mind-map or flow chart, or color coding key elements of the topic. Then you can give it a fast look before you go into an exam.
4. Plan ahead
Make sure you allow enough time for tasks and exam revision. At the start of each term, note down due dates and exam dates on a planner, and plan in time for examine, editing and final review.
5. Explain things to others
It helps you get things clearer in your head if you try to explain your answers in words to people who do not know much about the subject. Your parents and trying siblings could be useful for this!
6. Get together with a study group
You can still have a social life and study – get together with your friends, and share ideas or test each other. You might get a new viewpoint on a topic, or work out a better way to approach a task. Online groups can work for this too.
7. Stay positive
It all comes down to attitude. Be excited about your subjects, and use helpful affirmations to tell yourself that you will succeed and meet your goals.
8. Trust your instincts
If you are under pressure in an exam, do not second-guess yourself. In mainly cases, the first answer you think of will be the right one. If you are in fact not sure, make a note of it and move on – you can always come back later if you have time.

changed: Adriantoth (11th Feb 2019, 5:18 AM)
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