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1 Studying Effectively 3
2 Learning Strategies “The only truly educated person is the one who has learned how to learn”
3 Increase your chances! We Remember 20%30%40%50%60%90% Read Hear See Say Do All combined
4 Strategies Each individual learns best in a different way. Find out which way works best for you Here are some ideas that have worked for others
5 We Need To create multi-sensory memories
6 We Need To Read and visualise Answer questions aloud Write out answer and highlight major points
7 Learn with a friend Discuss, explore, demonstrate and explain with a study buddy Teach someone else This helps you to think carefully and to organise your thoughts
8 Organise Material meaningfully Group Label Make notes Number Time lines Flow Charts Mind maps
9 Make Flash Cards Write facts on cards you can carry Review these regularly
10 Play Pictionary
11 Use Mnemonics Use acronyms –Make a word from the first letters of what you are trying to remember –Eg NASA, SOHCAHTOA –Make up your own you will remember it much better!
12 Make Mind Maps Styles
13 Memory Flash Recreate your notes, diagrams or mind maps from memory Compare the two Keep at it until they are the same
14 Verbal Clues to remember Have verbal clues to remember key words Litmus paper red = acid, both end in d Blue = base, both start with b
15 Practice Questions Practise what you have learnt in class by doing different examples Find an old exam paper. It will show you what you can do
16 The 5wh questions Use the questions What When Why Who Where and how to summarise an issue or a novel
17 And Finally Actively review – after an hour, a day, a week, a month Know when to study, know when to stop, Give yourself rewards and get plenty of sleep
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