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Most important tips ।। how to study effectively ??



Most important tips ।।  how to study effectively

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Most important tips ।।  how to study effectively?
Learning to work is an important life skill. At each stage of your academic progress, you will notice that learning becomes more independent. No one really teaches us anything, but there is plenty of evidence from many studies that tell us exactly how we can work to maximize time. Are there ways we can learn faster and remember longer?
There are 3 basic steps to studying effectively.
Understanding is the most important part of effective work. One of the mistakes we often make when learning something new is relying on memory. We always like to start with understanding. Once we understand what we read and can easily break it down to our friends; everything becomes much easier.
Techniques to help you understand
A) Active appeal
Active memorization means testing yourself. It is the biggest and most important part of understanding everything we have learned that will improve your grades. You can’t really learn to drive by reading driving theory. You should test yourself by actually putting it into practice. The same applies to passing any exam. Our brain is like a muscle; The more the brain has to work on something, the more likely we are to remember something.
B) Taking notes during class
There are several ways to make content summarization a more efficient and less passive process. Science has shown that basically handwritten notes are better than typed notes. It helps us think a little more intensively. Students understand concepts better than students who take notes using a laptop because they do so passively. It becomes a hand-brain activity where the teacher says something and they just write and write. When taking notes, you’ll prioritize and focus on figuring out what key points to hit, and you’ll really understand the ideas better. When you get home, you can place your notes in one of your preferred apps and then expand the text. My experience is that when I take notes with a laptop, I make more irrelevant notes than when I take notes by hand.
C) Take notes after class
The main reason for taking notes after class is to introduce active recall to reinforce your understanding of the topic. At this point, you are still trying to better understand all the content. If you find that you still can’t explain how a concept works to a friend, use a variety of resources to improve your understanding. You can then consolidate your notes so there is more consistency when you review them. Write the questions actively rather than read them passively. Once you understand something, it’s much easier to remember
Remembering what we’ve learned is something we all struggle with and is a natural part of learning. Here are some techniques that can help us remember:
A) Staggered repetition
This means that you review what you have read at set intervals. These intervals lengthen over time until they are safely stored in your long-term memory. For example, if you studied new language dictionaries today, you will probably review them as soon as you finish and continue the next day by going one step further by reviewing the topic. With the spaced repetition technique, you repeat it two days later, then a week later, and until the vocabulary is completely ingrained in our minds. This technique is successful because our brain learns and forgets information that is normal. The memories we don’t forget are the memories we keep thinking about over and over again. This means remembering something that you have to repeat in your head.
To use repetition effectively, focus on repeating and memorizing content that you haven’t learned very well yet. The idea is that when you start to forget information, you will learn it again and access that information faster than your brain. This requires advance organization and proper planning in the calendar to facilitate distance learning.
B) Intermittent interleaving
This means mixing up your work; By switching between different topics, you explore related but not very similar information. Changing the order of topics or tasks within a topic. This technique helps create a connection between these issues, thus aiding long-term persistence. In real life, we are unlikely to do one activity at a time. Rather, we move between different tasks. These tasks are interrupted, modified and restarted. When people learn a task through interleaving, they take longer to learn but retain it longer. Practicing a mixed skill set works better. Embedding requires more effort to recall from long-term memory, and switching allows for comparisons between problems and leads to a better ability to connect ideas and find solutions.
C) Flash cards
Flashcards help you learn and remember information quickly. They are powerful tools that support active invocation. They are great for memorizing facts or words quickly. The idea is that you have the question in the front and you put your notes in the back. With flashcards, you quickly understand what you know and focus on what you don’t know. You can take a break and revise more. Creating a deck for yourself is a good practice as it reinforces the knowledge in your head. There are entire collections of ready-made decks on the Internet. We also have some powerful apps like Anki flashcard app, Quizlet and more. It’s important to note that the good ones use spaced repetitions and are more comfortable.
D) Mind Palace Technique
A simple diagram in which information is represented visually.
You can draw a mind map by hand or use apps on your computer or phone. First choose your parent theme and place it in the center, collect the child themes and expand them from the center. You can add more details as you progress through the branches of your subtopics. Identify the way your brain processes a particular subject so it can work efficiently. Mind maps are especially useful for quickly retrieving large amounts of information and gathering information from different sources, and therefore detecting link from different sources.
E) Reminders
These are usually memory tricks. Reminders allow you to organize, store, and recall information. The most common mnemonics are abbreviations where you take the initial letter of a word in a clause or sentence and combine it into a new word. Our brain remembers well the repetition of these poems, songs and phrases. You can use them in specific settings that you find effective. You can also create a vivid image and connect one thing to another to remember it.
Step 3. Motivation
Motivation is your urge to do something. Work, run or study, etc. You are more likely to do one of these activities when you are at a high level of motivation. If you lose motivation to do something, it will take a little longer to get started. Motivation can be seen as fuel. You stop driving without fuel. I’
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