1. Reread your lecture notes within twenty-four hours of making them, and frequently thereafter. Do not set your notes aside until exam time.
2. Have a friend or relative question you (using your lecture notes or text) within a few yours of your first exposure to the material.
3. When memorizing, study only for 15-30 minutes, then do something else. After a break, come back to your memorizing.
4. Take notes on your readings. Don't copy. Use your own words.
5. Relate parts to the whole. Relate facts to one another. Until details can been seen to be related to one another, they often elude memorization.
6. Don't study "back to back" subjects with similar content. Subjects will be learned better (and thus remembered better) if the previous or subsequent subject studied is dissimilar in content.
7. Overlearn the subject. This is the best way to insure remembering.
& REMEMBER: Mastery of the material means frequent exposure to it!
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