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Can't Fail Study Tips

It’s a simple fact: better study methods and employing particular study strategies yield higher exam scores.

Reviewing the material you’ve written and read during class will help solidify it in your mind. Cramming the night before an exam isn’t a good method for test preparation. Lecture notes, textbooks and study guides should be out in front of you as you begin to study. Writing a summary of the most relevant information during your study period will help memorization.

Short breaks help memory retain information you learned at the beginning and the end and not what you study in the middle. Relaxing music, such as jazz or classical, turned down to a low level can help alleviate boredom. Picking the time to study is crucial too; studying past the time one normally goes to sleep will tempt the student to drift off to sleep because your body is accustomed to a certain bed time.

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