tips in studying

books - piles of books
Philippines
December 19, 2006 9:15am CST
got any tip?
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4 responses
@webster76 (152)
19 Dec 06
study books - Don't over do it when you study, take a time out every 30-45 minutes
break up your study time into 30-45 minute sessions.then take 10 minute breaks. And start again!!
• Philippines
19 Dec 06
thanks a lot!
@Hemant83 (1282)
• India
19 Dec 06
work hard.. be confident.. wake up early in the morning.. trust yourself.. and bless of your parents.. have a nice day. wishing you and your family very happy christmas.
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• Philippines
19 Dec 06
thanks. merry christmas too.
@weezy250m (1893)
• United States
23 Jan 07
Find a place which is quiet and free from distractions. Read what you are studying aloud, so that you can hear it and pick it up. You must do this everyday, regularly. So that when exams come, you won't cram because it is already in your head. The things that you study are stuck in your head if you always study them.
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@snowflake5 (1580)
• United States
19 Dec 06
Try to study first thing in the morning, when your brain is rested and fresh. Make sure you eat properly, get exercise and sleep enough. Try to study for half an hour sessions. It's more productive as your concentration wanes after that. Take a five minute break and then do another half hour etc. Make sure you eat breakfast before a morning exam or lunch before an afternoon exam. The brain performs poorly if you've not been fed.
• Philippines
19 Dec 06
can you recommend any food in particular that can help me retain information better.
• United States
24 Jan 07
Try and eat some protein - eggs, cheese, fish, lentils. The old adage that "fish makes brains" seems to be vindicated by modern science!