Use Accelerated Learning Techniques to reach your full learning potential:
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Start highlighting the important points in the book and then study them. So during your exams, you don;t miss them nor forget them.
Study isn't just for the night before an assignment's due or the night before an exam.
It's never too early - or too late - to develop good study habits. The sooner you get into a good study groove, the easier everything will be and the more your chances of getting good marks will improve.
Here are our top tips for getting the most out of study. Click each link for more about each tip.
- Pick a place and time
- Study every day
- Plan your time
- Discover your learning style
- Review and revise
- Take breaks
- Ask for help
- Stay motivated
- App it up
- Look after yourself
Come up with your own strategies
The explanation of each topic you can read on:
Good luck and good studies!!
Hats Off to your question! It's good to think about Time management at this age because this what will take you places. Most of us fail in a lot of things due to poor time management. Manage time for everything,
The first step to this is to
- STOP SAYING "NO TIME".
- Check how much time do u have after school
- Organize the subjects accordingly
- NEVER postpone anything for tomorrow that never comes
- Make a chart at home and write the subjects the lessons that you have completed and the progress
These 5 changes are all that you need to do, This will surely help . Good LUCK Shailabai
Often, improvements to the effectiveness of study may be achieved through changes to things unrelated to the study material itself, such as time-management, boosting motivation and avoiding procrastination, and in improvements to sleep and diet.
Time management in study sessions aims to ensure that activities that achieve the greatest benefit are given the greatest focus. A traffic lights system is a simple way of identifying the importance of information, highlighting or underlining information in colours:
Green: topics to be studied first; important and also simple
Amber: topics to be studied next; important but time-consuming
Red: lowest priority; complex and not vital.
This reminds students to start with the things which will provide the quickest benefit, while 'red' topics are only dealt with if time allows. The concept is similar to the ABC analysis, commonly used by workers to help prioritize. Also, some websites can be used for additional study materials and may help improve time management and increase motivation.
In addition to time management, sleep is an important lifestyle change that could effect your studying. Sleeping less means that you have more time to study. This is a true fact, but just because you are “studying,” does not necessarily mean that your brain is processing everything that you are trying to learn or memorize. It is a proven fact that sleeping more can help you study better, because your brain can process more facts when it has had the rest it needs every night.
In addition to time management and sleep, emotional state of mind matters when a student is studying, according to Benedict Carey in his book “The Surprising Truth About How We Learn and Why It Happens” when speaking about studying versus test taking “we perform better on tests when in the same state of mind as when we studied”
If an individual is calm or nervous in class; replicating that emotion can assist in studying. With replicating the emotion an individual is more likely to recall more information if they are in the same state of mind when in class.
This also goes the other direction; if one is upset but normally calm in class it’s much better to wait until they are feeling calmer to study. At the time of the test or class they will remember more.