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Studying in Groups

Studying in groups can be both practical and useless. I’ve always pictured it as several people sitting together trying to focus, but end up gossiping and fooling around. A few days ago I had an opportunity to actually study productively with a friend. Although it wasn’t a long study session, I took away a few things that made it successful. 1. Bring all materials for the class Textbooks, worksheets, notes, flashcards, computers, whatever you normally use to study. Some of these things are easy to forget about, so make a list of supplies beforehand. 2. Have a study plan What are you going to do? Go over the study guide and check your understanding of concepts, do practice problems, quiz each other, etc. 3. Prepare a list of questions to ask each other This is a good chance to clarify some concepts you don’t understand without feeling silly in front of the whole class. It is also great additional review for your partner who gets to explain it to you. 4. Keep outside conversation to a minimum It’s …

Studying When Sick

I get sick at least 3 times a year (good old Seattle rain and wind), and all I do during that time is sleep and nap and feel pretty miserable. Of course, no work gets done at that time, and grades suffer. I’ve done some research and compiled a few ideas on how to keep yourself together while studying. Obviously, to feel better sooner we need to drink a lot of water, rest, drink a lot of water and some medicine. In my opinion, if you’re going to avoid doing homework (which you should, nothing good will stay in your head if you study in such a bad condition), it’s best to work ahead a little bit. I discovered that reading all my textbook chapters on the weekends significantly reduces the homework load on the weekdays. a) Start studying for exams at least a week in advance. You don’t know what’s gonna come up in the last couple of days before an exam, and the last thing you want to do is fail because you simply …

What Is “Studying”?

“Studying” has at least two components: what you do in class and what you do at home: … 1) In class your job is to listen very actively, participate and take notes. It’s important to understand the new concepts IN class, so you’re not too lost at home. 2) At home, it’s a good idea to read the textbook (before you come to class so the amount of new information in class is not overwhelming), review your notes from previous classes and doing practice problems and tests. Important note: Everyone studies differently. You don’t have read, take notes and review in that same order I told you: you have to develop your own system for studying, that will work for you and produce good results. These are just ideas and some things I know everyone does in one way or another. Another important note: Don’t cram and do all of these the night before a test. This should be done consistently throughout the week. That way, if you have short study sessions everyday, it will be less stressful and useful than having one …

Small Things That Affect Your Concentration

  Humans can’t pay full attention to two things at once: it’s a fact! (Source 1, 2, 3). While we think we can do two things at the same time, like doing homework and watching a TV show- we’re actually doing neither. Thus, when there are distractions around us, we cannot fully focus on our work no matter how hard we try. Small things that we usually don’t think about affect our concentration, but are easy to control: 1. Cell Phone -put it on silent, out of reach and check only once an hour. It can totally wait and whoever texted you can wait a few minutes. 2. Mess -It sets the mood. The messier your room, the less organized YOU are! Clean and organize your desk, make your bed, and make a schedule everyday. 3. People -I’ve found that if I study at home, everyone always bothers and distracts me because they know I’m home and can answer a question, clean something, drive, etc. To avoid the same fate, go to the library! Bring …

Remember Better: Active Recall

To remember new information better, we have to look at studying at a more biopsychological level. When new information enters our brain, it is first processed in the working memory. This type of memory is not very big- with it we only remember things for about 30 seconds. Example: when you do a math problem, you think about the numbers you’re working with. However, when the problem is solved and you move on to the next one, the numbers are forgotten immediately. In some cases, the information (now a memory) moves to the short-term memory (STM), where it is kept for a few minutes longer. However, if this memory is not recalled enough times, it will be forgotten. That’s why when we procrastinate and leave the memorizing and studying until the last minute, we don’t remember that information after the exam. Now for the final part, to transfer the new memory from STM to Long term memory (LTM), we have to use something called active recall. Basically, it’s like quizzing yourself: the more times you …

How to Remember Your Lecture

Listen actively- think about what you’re hearing, connect new and old information and write things down in your own words Pay attention and ask questions: it helps if you understand what’s going on. Review your notes after class (in the evening) Study a little every weekend– it’s better than studying for 12 hours in 1 day.