I'm starting to understand what I would like to go into and I was wondering if anyone has any tips on studying?
I am in high school and rarely ever have to study to get A's but I know that will definitely change in college so I should start now rather than later right?
Tara recommends the following next steps:
Luke recommends the following next steps:
1.Seat your goal: read the course overview to understand what the courses will cover and how it will be scored.
2.Managing your time: Time management skills can help you take control of your study workload, achieve more and stress out less.
3.Conductive Environment: A conductive environment is essential for effective learning.
4.Identify your learning style: Take a learning style assessment test and find out if you are a visual, auditory or kinesthetic learner.
5.Development a Study Plan. Plan a study schedule that allows you to stay in control of the academic workload.
6.Paraphrasing & reorganizing concepts: Learning in your own words.
7. Work with concentration, if you learn how to work with concentration, you will achieve more than 95% of the population.
8.Prevent Overlearning: Use study methods like Pomodoro to prevent overload
9. Most Importantly, Sleep: Getting quantity sleep is essential for information retention
Hope you find this most helpful.
Hoang-Oanh (Won)’s Answer
I wish you the best of luck and I am impressed that you know what questions to ask. I believe you are ahead many young students already.