6 better ways to study

Scientists have found there are some rather unexpected study techniques that seem to be more effective

Some people prefer the classics: reading, underlining, taking notes. But scientists have found there are some rather unexpected study techniques that seem to be more effective. Let’s begin:

  1. Rest: Researches have proven that all-night studiers usually get lower grades. Is really important to sleep well.
  2. Observation: Learning by doing is undoubtedly a good way to study, but researches claim that you also can learn by watching. Keep your eyes wide open and don’t miss anything.
  3. Forget about highlighters: Underlining a book makes you focus on specific topics only, instead of connecting concepts. Leave highlighters behind.
  4. Study a foreign language: Foreign language students have greater growth in the cerebral cortex regions. This helps retain more information in less time.
  5. Sleeping while you learn: Experts claim that we can learn unconsciously by associating smells and sounds while sleep. Try it!
  6. Serious study before sleep: Leave the most complicated material for last. Study right before you go to bed, it will be easier to remember what you read in the morning.  

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