Education The Best Ways to Study  

Dani Porter
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List Rules Great ways to study for exams and test. Vote up the best study methods.

Few things are more stressful in the life of a student than studying for a big test, exam, or presentation. This list of the best ways to study has been ranked by the community to determine what are the best ways to study for a test. This list includes top studying solutions like making flashcards, joining a study group, creating a study calendar, and studying in small increments. You're sure to find a successful study method on this list, no matter what kind of learner you are.

Keeping grades up and effectively studying for a test can be difficult, but there are many ways to study effectively. Finding a fruitful means of study can mean the difference between the grade you want and a grade you, well... don't. Everyone’s brain works differently, so study techniques that work for some, might not work for others. It’s important to figure out what kind of learner you are.

It is important to be able to fully understand how your brain absorbs information and whether you are visual or auditory learner. As you progress in school, studying will get easier because you will become more accustomed to your preferred style and what works best for you. Whether you're looking to simply make a small adjustment in your study habits or a complete overhaul, you can find some of the best ways to study on this list.

Vote up the best study solutions on this list, which will help you to navigate the avenues of study and find the methods that work best for your learning style and the particular subject you reviewing.



Summarize is listed (or ranked) 1 on the list The Best Ways to Study
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After reading a section of material, summarize it in writing to most effectively create a memory and clarify key points.
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Mnemonic Devices

Mnemonic Devices is listed (or ranked) 2 on the list The Best Ways to Study
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Create acronyms or other associations in your mind between the new information you are learning and things you already know to ease recall.
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Review the Toughest Material Before Bed

Review the Toughest Material B... is listed (or ranked) 3 on the list The Best Ways to Study
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Sleeping on information will allow you to sit with it more.
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Create Flashcards

Create Flashcards is listed (or ranked) 4 on the list The Best Ways to Study
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Through repetition, flashcards help with memorization.
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