1. Review immediately after class. (Develop the Memory of an Elephant video - 2 minutes)
2. Don't schedule back-to-back classes.
3. To commit information to long term memory, recite or verbalize in your own words what you learn.
4. Record in writing your own words of what you've learned.
5. Preparation for your first test should begin after the first day of class; this includes studying, completing homework assignments and reviewing study materials on a regular basis.
6. Budget your time, make sure you have sufficient time to study so that you are well prepared for the test.
7. Go to reviews, pay attention to hints that the instructor may give about the test. Take careful notes and ask questions about items you may be confused about.
8. Ask the instructor to specify the areas that will be emphasized on the test.
9. Make sure you go to the class right before the test; it's another prime time for the instructor to give out more hints or the format of the test.
10. Go over any material from practice tests, home work, sample problems, review material, the textbook, class notes...
11. Put the main ideas/information/formulas onto a sheet that can be quickly reviewed many times, this makes it easier to retain the key concepts that will be on the test.
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