In college I used to over study. I always took good notes and in many classes tapped the lecture. I did the homework always, and used the book as a resource for detail that the professor might have left out in his/her lectures. Are you studying for a test? Combine all the sources of information, talk out loud, write as you study and repeat. The more senses you use the better the learning and will be your recall.

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I write out all the important bits of the notes and from books in a neat summary. I split it into sections and write it as neat as I can in a clear and nice layout. I find rereading stuff you wrote yourself is far easier than reading powerpoint slides, class handouts or rough scribbled notes.

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Procrastinate, then the day before the test, freak out and end up studying weeks worth of material in an entire night. I don't really recommend it. :P

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Lol. I think this is what i am doing right now!! But i don't think its going to workin the long run

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self-study then make a reviewer to summarize the lessons.

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I used to make a detailed outline from my notes and the books to study for tests . . . multi colored pens for different concepts. By the time I was done with the outline, I knew the material. Works for people who memorize well

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Read books, go to all my lectures, or listen to them online, take notes in tutorials, ask lots of questions, when Im writing a paper I need to be alone on computer, with reading material related to paper, and sometimes soft music in the background to keep me company, and frequent coffee breaks.

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Apparently charts is the most effective ways with key words in it! ;) <br />
It's a memory technique.

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silence,books,a good calm music,notes,also the internet is the fastest source for information but of curse you need to do your research.

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