Study Techniques c:

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Study techniques that will help you if you want to be a good student c:

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Study Techniques c:
1 Get organized before you start
1.1 The organization is one of the key elements when you start studying or when to start preparing an examination , an opposition, a test, etc.
2 Underline
2.1 It helps focus attention encourages assimilation and analysis texts You can repair a lot of stuff in no time
3 Right place
3.1 Find a place where there is light , it is large , comfortable , tidy and quiet chair.
4 A good sleep night
4.1 Sleeping less than 7-8 hours you exhausted and impairs learning and memory.
5 Memorize
5.1 If you want to enhance your ability to memorize I advise're aware of the following: Faulty perception improves through making learning involving all the senses getting maximum attention and concentration.
5.2 Put into practice the method of classification is better retains the elements of a set if we proceed to its classification.
5.3 Observation exercises and train yourself to capture contrasting details and some not so obvious.
5.4 Try to think with images, because the imagination and thought are united.
6 Mind maps
6.1 A mind map is a diagram used to visually organize information. A mind map is often created around a single concept, drawn as an image in the center of a blank page, to which associated representations of ideas such as images, words and parts of words are added. Major ideas are connected directly to the central concept, and other ideas branch out from those.
7 Create a schedule
7.1 You may create a schedule to keep organized your homeworks and your overdue works so you can remember special dates and deadlines.
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