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When to Study. 1. 2. 3. 4. . ". Plan the week's study ahead. Sessions should be from one to three hours. Study most difficult subject early in study Have a definite break every hour. !void late hours. Plan some time for rela#ation and recreation.

Where to Study 1. 2. 3. 4. !lways in the same $lace. %hoose a well&ventilated room with 'ood li'htin'. !way from other distractions. Pro$erly furnished for the job.

Attention and Interest 1. (emove irrelevant and unwanted stimuli e' noise) hun'er. 2. Su$$ress unwanted thou'hts by *uickly switchin' to to$ic under study and work at a 'ood $ace. 3. +nderstand what you are studyin'. 4. ,ake a lively interest in the subject outside your study hours Memory and Learning 1. -ever try to memorise what you don't understand. 2. .o over notes) readin' etc within 12 hours of writin' or readin'. 3. /aster each to$ic before leavin' it. 4. Start each session with a review of the $revious session. . 0verlearn. 1on't sto$ when you have only just mastered somethin'. ". Select im$ortant $oints to learn. 2. 0r'anise selected items. 3. +se active recall 4recitation or writin' 56 to aid memory. 7. 8reak u$ lon' $ieces into mana'eable chunks. 19. +se rhythm when learnin' by heart. A ti!e Study Strategies "e iting# 1escribe or e#$lain aloud any to$ic in your own words. ,each or e#$lain information to someone else.

Writing /ake a study review card for each to$ic with main ideas) key events and $eo$le) causes and results and so on. 1raw a dia'ram) ma$ or chart from memory and check your book for accuracy.

:rite *uestions you think could be asked in the e#am and recite the answers.