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Reading out loud can improve memorization.
Reading study material out loud can help you memorize important facts– it’s called auditory learning.
Listening to classical music increases brainpower.
Turn up the tunes. Classical music has been shown to increase test scores. The Mozart Effect was first reported in 1993 by researchers at the University of California, Irvine. Evidence produced by the study suggests students who listen to a Mozart sonata for a few minutes before taking a test generate better scores in math sections.
Taking study breaks increases memory retention.
Take time off. It’s OK to take breaks– studying in periods of 30-45 minutes will help you retain more.
Foods high in sugar can improve your ability to think clearly.
Eat well. Munching foods high in protein, like eggs or peanuts, can help clear your head. Avoid foods with caffeine and sugar.
Always guess when there is no penalty.
Make educated guesses. Not including exams like the SAT, which penalize test-takers for wrong answers, guessing intelligently can improve your score. On pesky true or false questions, true is the correct answer more than 50 percent of the time.
Cramming the night before an exam will improve test scores.
Don’t cram. Cramming causes anxiety, which will interfere with your ability to think clearly. Instead, study ahead of time, reviewing notes several times to make sure you are learning the material, not just memorizing facts.
Your first answer is usually correct.
Your first instincts are usually right, so don’t bother making changes to questions you’ve already answered.
You should never skip questions on a test.
If you don’t know the answer to a question, skip it. Don’t waste time by lingering on questions you don’t know; your time is better spent completing questions you can answer. Mark the question, and come back to it if you have extra time.
Exercising before a test can increase your brains ability to reason.
Exercise helps improve the oxygen flow to the brain, increasing memory and reasoning.
Studying before bedtime increases memory retention.
Reviewing test material before bed improves your chances of remembering it in the morning. Read, or listen to a tape of the information you are expected to memorize before you fall asleep, and do a quick review of your notes in the morning. Remember, your brain is most active during REM, so get a good night’s sleep.
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