What are your best study tips which you think always work?
I haven't yet found a method that works best for me so just wondered what do you find the most helpful as well as the least?
Thank You all for your advice
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Last edited by Caroli95; 14-08-2013 at 20:58.
- 14-08-2013 20:54
- 14-08-2013 23:04
I swore by the Pomodoro Technique during university. You do either 20 minutes or 50 minutes of work and take a 10 minute break. It's great for ploughing through work that's really boring or difficult, as you know you'll only be doing it for a set amount of time before you can have a break. Time passes so quickly when you work like this!
- 15-08-2013 01:51
I tell myself If I don't get this crap outta the way now I'm gonna be stressed for weeks and feel like s#¡t.
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- 15-08-2013 02:35
Of course, there's the Feynman technique. Essentially, try to explain every topic you study to someone else (even if it's someone imaginary, just make sure you ask questions to yourselves... if that makes sense). It really helps your intuition about the topic and you hopefully make connections with other topics which helps you remember it. You can even pretend that you're some super intelligent professor giving a lecture to 10k as students as if you've made some discovery (I'm very lonely). Just don't go overboard with itLast edited by Sinfire; 15-08-2013 at 02:36.