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Author Topic: High School -- Grades  (Read 12804 times)
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« Reply #23: March 13, 2008, 07:41:08 am »

I can't seem to really master the topics, and I want some tips on how to study. How do you guys study, prepare for tests, and overall do your best in classes. Have any tips in memorization?
Thank you  Wink

My only piece of advice to you is this: Do not cram your study session. Take a break every 20 minutes or so to give your mind a few minutes to process what you've read and memorized. If you pile too much in with a resting period you will forget chunks of it as you progress, as your brain can only process so much information at a time. This is also the reason you don't "cram" for tests.

This is what works for me, I am long out of high school, but I am in college now learning to be a teacher.

Hope that helps and good luck. There is a lot of awesome advice here.

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