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Reduce presure of study

Reduce presure of study

  14-09-2022 15:27:51

Mastering a new concept takes time and dedication, but don’t you wish there was an easier way to get the hang of it? While cramming the subject doesn’t work in the long term, following good and effective learning practices helps you pick it up a little quicker. We’ll start with strategies for studying and reviewing concepts and move on to some lifestyle changes you can make so you remember things better

  • For example, if you’re trying to learn a new language, practice saying vocab words and sentences as you learn them.
  • Since you’re actively speaking, the information stands out better in your long-term memory.

Quiz yourself so you see what topics you still need to review. After you’ve read through or practiced something, test your memory by reciting everything you just learned. If you need to remember keywords or phrases, try writing down their definitions without looking them up

  • For example, if you’re learning about chemistry, try teaching someone about the periodic table and how the chemicals bond.
  • If you don’t have anyone to help you out, try writing out the instructions or information you just learned. Use simple language so anyone who reads it can understand it.