How to ACE school :)

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Mind Map on How to ACE school :), created by traceyho1998 on 11/28/2014.

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How to ACE school :)
1 Time Management/Organisation
1.1 Use a Planner/Organiser
1.2 Create a balanced routine/timetable
1.3 Make realistic To Do Lists
1.4 Prioritise
1.5 Set Deadlines
1.6 Organise time
1.6.1 E.g. If you have 6 subjects and 2 months then study 2 subjects per day
2 Consistency
2.1 Evaluate Progress
2.1.1 Strengths
2.1.2 Weaknesses
2.2 Balance
2.2.1 Take regular breaks
2.2.2 Rest
2.2.2.1 8 hours of sleep
2.2.2.2 relax on fridays
2.2.3 Effective studying
2.2.3.1 Alternate subjects
2.2.3.2 make studying fun
2.2.3.2.1 add silly messages/pictures
2.3 Reward
2.3.1 after each study session
2.4 avoid procrastination
2.4.1 remove all distractions
2.4.2 be disciplined
3 Study Notes
3.1 Quality over quantity
3.1.1 detailed but concise
3.1.2 Understand the concept
3.2 Keep up to date
3.3 Use various sources
3.3.1 diagrams
3.3.2 equations
3.3.3 tables
3.3.4 internet
3.3.5 textbook
3.3.6 class notes
3.4 start with weaker subjects
3.5 edit notes
3.5.1 clarify
3.5.2 check
3.5.3 correct mistakes
3.5.4 improve
3.6 make use of technology
3.6.1 pictures
3.6.2 videos
3.6.3 softwares
3.6.4 information
3.7 use Comic Sans MS
3.7.1 helps you study better
3.8 follow study design
4 visual
4.1 mind maps
4.2 flash cards
4.3 mnemonics
5 Practise
5.1 essays
5.2 past exams
5.3 highlight difficult questions
6 Motivation
6.1 establish your own goals
6.1.1 future/aspirations
6.2 Ask yourself WHY are you doing VCE?
6.3 Think about the end result?
6.4 DREAM BIG
6.5 You are only battling with yourself
6.5.1 NO EXCUSES
6.6 Make the impossible possible
6.7 Just take a step at a time
6.8 Do it today not tomorrow
6.9 Never give up
7 Breaks
7.1 meditate
7.2 walk
7.3 stretch
7.4 exercise
7.5 talk to a family member/friend
7.6 listen to music
7.7 watch a minute video
8 Review
8.1 Quiz
8.2 teach it
8.3 weaker subjects
8.4 speak out loud instead of simply reading it
8.5 regular
8.5.1 spaced repetition
8.6 clarify unsure information
8.7 remember it
8.7.1 know it don't recognise it
9 Exams
9.1 before exam
9.1.1 remain calm
9.1.2 don't be nervous
9.1.3 plan
9.1.4 be positive
9.1.5 take a 20 minute walk
9.2 use reading time wisely
9.3 read questions carfully
9.4 time limit
9.5 be neat
10 Environment
10.1 study lamp
10.2 free from distractions
10.3 vary study areas
10.4 study groups
11 Pre-read
11.1 SQR3
11.1.1 Survey
11.1.1.1 go through/skim through chapter
11.1.1.2 look at photos
11.1.2 Question
11.1.2.1 ask/raise questions
11.1.2.2 increase curiosity
11.1.3 Read
11.1.3.1 textbook/information
11.1.4 Recite
11.1.4.1 notes
11.1.4.2 mindmaps
11.1.4.3 flash cards
11.1.5 Review
11.1.5.1 Long term memory
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