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Published On: December 19, 2019 04:27 PM NPT By: Republica

Tips to study better

Tips to study better

Now that SEE routines are out, here are some tips that will help you study more efficiently.

Move around

Research suggests studying the same stuff in a different place every day makes us less likely to forget that information.  Every time we move around, we force the brain to form new associations with the same material so it becomes a stronger memory.

Teach what you have learned

Students have better memory and recall abilities when they learn new information with the expectation of having to teach it to someone else. This makes sense, as teachers are charged with not only learning information for themselves, but also with organizing key elements of said information to explain it clearly to others.

Set Study Goals

There is lots of credible research suggesting that goal setting can be used as part of a strategy to help people successfully effect positive changes in their lives. Just make sure to ask yourself some key questions: Am I setting realistic goals? Will I need to work harder to achieve those goals? If you’re happy with the goals you’ve set then you should aim to develop your study plan for the year ahead with your goals in mind.

Take Regular Study Breaks

None of us are superhuman, so it’s important to realize that you can’t maintain an optimum level of concentration without giving yourself time to recover. This can take the form of a ten-minute walk, having a chat with a friend or simply drinking hot drink. Taking regular short breaks not only help improve your focus, they can boost your productivity too.

Don’t Stay Up All Night before an Exam

Make sure to get adequate rest the nights leading up to your exams. When you sleep, your brain assimilates the information you have learned when studying so getting a good night’s sleep will help you remember those math formulas you need for your exam.

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