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How To Study For A Test

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Do you have an upcoming test? Of course, you do! If you’re reading this, you are most likely a student and you will have lots and lots of upcoming tests. So, seriously, you have to study if you want to get the grade that you want and most importantly: learn the material. So, Here are some basic tips for studying!

Okay, first of all, you can’t just study everywhere. You should find a nice and quiet place for studying. This place doesn’t always have to be your house, you can try a local library or maybe even a nice and peaceful park. Also, this place should also be very distraction free. If you’re in a place that you know you will get distracted easily, then move or keep the item(s) out of reach and out of sight. Now, once you have found your quiet place, the next thing to do is to make a study schedule. Your study schedule should be completely based on your own schedule and you have to remember to follow it. Maybe an early reminder on your phone might help.

If your test is next week, start studying now, if it’s next month, start studying now, if it’s next year, start studying now! Okay, maybe not next year, but seriously, the sooner you start, the more time you have to effectively study and avoid that last minute studying. Which brings me to my next tip, stop the last minute material cramming. If you study everything the night before, you will wake up sleep deprived and most likely bomb the test. It is impossible to cram all that information in one night. It is better and healthier to study 1 hour every day for 10 days than to study 10 hours in 1 day. Don’t put all that stress and pressure on yourself.

It helps when you sleep well and eat well, too! So, sleep early the night before and wake up the next morning with a healthy and powerful breakfast. Also, another tip is that you should study the material you don’t know first, this helps because you can move on to the easy material to refresh your mind later.

Sources:

http://www.wikihow.com/Study-for-a-Test

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