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Study Tips to Help You Prepare
Mrs Sunita Maharaj
Swaha Hindu College
Even though we’re still into the holidays, you should be looking for ways to help you improve your study habits for when you actually get back into studying. Here are 11 great study tips to help you prepare.
1) Create a study timetable and stick to it.
2) Use flash cards to summarise notes.
3) Create rhythms and songs to remember information.
4) Form study groups so your friends can assist you in weak areas and vice versa.
5) Keep a dictionary at hand.
6) Use modern technology to assist when studying as this will make learning more interesting and exciting.
7) Do brain teasers to challenge the mind. This will keep the mind active.
8) Keep discussing things with your friends to compare answers. This will ensure ‘Standardised Work’.
9) Ensure that you are well rested and fed before starting to study.
10) Access an area that is conducive for study.
11) Set goals and work towards attaining them.
Here are nine great stress relievers
1) Talk to a POSITIVE person who you can relate to.
2) Take some time for yourself. Ensure that you do things you enjoy.
3) Do some deep breathing and meditation.
4) Go on family outings.
5) Get enough sleep.
6) Listen to relaxing music.
7) Keep a journal where you can express your deepest thoughts.
8) Join a sporting or religious group.
9) Take care of a pet or plants.
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