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"Do the reading BEFORE you go to class and have sticky notes with questions in the margins."
"Keeping calm and positive while studying; being upset or frustrated with yourself makes it hard to focus!"
"Treat studying like a job because earning good grades will lead you to a good job."
"Post-it Notes are your friends! Buy a planner and use it well."
"Try teaching someone or rewrite a summary of your notes on a chalkboard/whiteboard."
"Don’t just read the assigned readings, but read it purposefully with the lecture in mind."
"Even if you only write as much as would fit on a Post-It-Note every day, you’re overcoming writer’s block."
"Sleep 8 hours a night."
"Explore the campus and find your own study space that works for you. Your bed, contrary to popular belief, is not it. "
"Eat healthy foods to help power your studying! It’s hard to learn when you’re hungry or when your body’s trying to run on junk food."
"Break longer assignments down into smaller, more manageable pieces – take it one day at a time!"
"Organization of thoughts- Neat comprehensive notes taken either during class or while studying- this helps in a better understanding of the subject and is an effective learning technique."
"Use charts to visuae and connect the various concepts that you are studying."
"Plan ahead and make a schedule! Get some sleep!"
"Teaching others is often an effective way to reinforce one’s comprehension of a certain subject."
"Do not miss class, it is the best way to understand the concepts. Plan and prioritize your study material and hours"
"Study alone as well as working in groups, it will save you time while making sure you understand all the material. When in a group, it helps to take turns teaching material to each other. USE WHITEBOARDS!"
"Do a little bit every day and everything will be A-Okay!"
"Give yourself time to review and test your knowledge before an exam."
"Make flashcards with key terms: a great way to study on-the-go and quiz yourself!"
"Skim through your notes just for five minutes before you go to bed."
"Reviewing your class notes at the end of the day helps in planning ahead to study ahead for the test."
"Instead of going back to your dorm room between class to “catch up” on some sleep, catch up on some reading or homework!"
"Refraining from obsessive email/FaceBook checking and signing out of your instant messenger while studying can be very good for your academic health!"
"Focus on the most important thing and set priorities of your schedule!"
"Plan ahead and make a study schedule in advance!"