Ways to Study More Efficiently and Effectively


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We have all had to experience the dreadfulness of taking a test in high school. The stress of achieving a good score on an exam can be paralyzing. Some of us, in particular, decide to procrastinate before the test or decide that studying is not a good option. The truth is that studying improves our memory on the subject and increases our comprehension. According to Francis Bacon- a well known social philosopher-, “knowledge itself is power.” Knowledge is a very powerful thing, and the way you apply it makes you even greater. A great way of intaking knowledge is of course studying. There are many that wish to graduate high school and move on unto a higher level of education. The answer to progressing onto a higher level of education is working hard and that includes studying for your exams. There are many ways to study for an exam, it’s only a matter of which method suites you. There are many things that must occur before you are ready to begin studying; removing all distractions is essential so you can concentrate on your studying. We tend to forget things and if we study the information we took in from our teachers and notes will refreshen. When we first intake information, the knowledge is fresh; however, as time progresses, the knowledge we have acquired begin to deteriorate. Finally, when it’s test day and have not studied we forget the things we learn and get stuck on a couple of questions. If you study, then the information will be fresh when it’s the day of your exam.

 

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Ways to Study More Efficiently and Effectively