Studying and memorizing hacks you wish to know before
Need to memorize?
- Read it 10 times
- Say it loud 10 times
- Write it down twice
It will stick to your head!
Need to memorize complex system or process?
Draw a diagram or a flow chart. This will create a visual memory in your mind which can be recalled more easily at school or work.
Want to do better at next test?
Take walk before the exam. Exercise boosts memory and brain power. Research suggests that 20 minutes of activity before exam can improve performance.
Study for 30-50 minutes at a time, with 10 minute break in between (set a timer). Research shows this is the most effective way to retain information.
Train your brain to study!
Emphasize the importance of school work by setting a consistent daily homework or reading time. Regularly scheduled study time trains your child’s brain to learn during that period. The structure helps retention.
Want to make studying interesting?
Use color codes. Take notes using different colored pencils. It will help you retain the information.
Want to improve your children’s spelling and verbal skills without them even realizing it?
Turn on the subtitles when they’re watching TV! As the same words get repeated, their brains will pick up on the letters and start to make the association.