7 Study Tips
To help you prepare for exams
1. Highlight and Underline Text
Always try to highlight or underline text in textbooks and notes. This will make sure that the important information stands out.
2. Write your own Notes
Writing something down has been proven to help you remember information better than just reading it. Summarise the info you come across into your own words and writing
3. Real Life Situations
Try applying real life situations or to the study material. It can make it much easier to recall.
Try and make use of all resources that are on offer. Knowledgepoint, My revision, lectures, textbooks and workshops are all there to support you.
5. Don't cram!
Cramming information over a short amount of time can overwhelm your memory and it's ability to store information. Try and pace your study so that you absorb all the information at hand.
6. Take Plenty of Breaks
Organising your study into 20 or 30 minute sessions with a 5 or 10 minute break in between will give your brain time to take in and store what has just been learned.
7. Seven plus or minus two
This is a helpful guide to studying. Research has shown that anywhere between 5 and 9 facts is the optimum amount of information that can be learned at any one time. So try and break your facts up into these groups!
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