Wouldn’t it be great if lecture information was transferred to your memory instantly and have it there to recall whenever you need it. Unfortunately, this isn’t how it works. In the real world you need to find a way for that information to go from your teacher’s mouth, the textbook, the PowerPoint presentation, whatever the medium may be, and into your brain. Different people will have different techniques in which they will do this. One effective way is to use mind maps.
How to Concentrate while Studying – Concentration Solutions
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Modified: August 22nd, 2017
Published: June 8th, 2017
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Passage #2 – Planets
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So What is Your Learning Style?
This article will help you distinguish your preferred learning style and offers you a range of study tips and advice to help you get the most out of learning. The first step is to complete this simple questionnaire. Try and do this before reading the explanations that follow, and answer the questions honestly. Remember, there is no right or wrong answer, this is designed to help you reach your full learning potential. See the Complete Guide to Learning Styles
Read the following questions and put a circle around the most appropriate answer. Continue reading “Learning Styles Quiz”
When it comes to learning, it’s probably no surprise to discover that we all learn differently. Most teachers are very aware of the different learning styles and use a variety of strategies to help pass information on to students, like yourselves, in the classroom. However, it is possible to take matters into your own hands in order to improve your own learning. If you are aware of your own learning style you will be able to make your study and revision time much more effective, which will not only help ensure academic success, but leave more time for all the fun stuff!
Most students have no idea how to study effectively. Many teachers focus on getting good test scores, and understandably so, without focusing on teaching the basics of how to study. The result is that the students either don’t study, or spend hours studying with poor results, or study at the last minute and burn out.
Here are some techniques that have been successfully utilized by middle school and intermediate school students to study and prepare for tests. Continue reading “Learning how to Study”
It sounds like such an easy question: “What does your instructor or teacher want to see from you on your test paper?” And the easy answer: “He wants to see the right answers.”
However, it’s a bit more complicated than that. What an instructor really wants is to see that you are grasping the material and making an attempt to get as much as possible from the course. That’s it in the proverbial nutshell. More specifically, here are 14 things that you can show your instructor in order to truly impress him when you turn in your exam paper. Continue reading “What Your Instructor Wants to See on Your Exam”
It’s a popular misconception that you can’t really study for math. People who say you can’t will admit that you can do math assignments and math homework. But actually studying it–looking at material in order to better on tests and upcoming assignments–that, they say, is impossible.
They’re wrong. It’s true that studying math is different from studying any other class. After all, math is about more than just remembering certain facts. But it is something that you can study for–and studying will get you better grades, just as in any other course. Continue reading “Yes, You Really Can Study Math”
Most of the self-help myths that we tend to believe come from well-meaning people. Unfortunately, that doesn’t make them any less myths. In the field of study, for instance, what usually happens is this: A person finds a technique that works for them, and helps them improve their grades. They then spread the word that this is the definitive way for everybody to improve their test scores. But it doesn’t work like that. In fact, learning is a very individual thing. So let’s spend some time dispelling some of the most common myths about studying that you might actually believe–but which are not always true. Continue reading “Myths You Might Believe About Studying–But Shouldn’t”