In this video, you will review weak study habits, and then some great study habits.
Examples of weak study habits
Heavy emphasis on highlighting
Passive reading and rereading
Glancing at a solution and thinking you have it. Go ahead and solve it.
Cramming for tests
Solving the same type of problem that you already know over and over again
Ignoring areas of confusion. Instead take some time and ask your teacher or friends about these confusing areas.
Thinking that you will learn deeply when you are distracted or multi-tasking
Not enough sleep
Examples of Wise Study Habits
Use recall while looking over notes and while reading
Test yourself on everything
Space out your learning
Incorporate memory techniques
Focus by using a timer and time your study sessions
Dream about where your studies will take you in life
Practice active learning by recall and writing
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