What Study Tip Should You Try?

Take this quiz to find out which study tip you should try to improve your academic strategy!

Karlee Nipper
Created by Karlee Nipper
On Feb 10, 2016

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You're a Brain Buster

You're a Brain Buster

You need your time to regenerate after a frying study session. Try breaking each section of homework into 25minute increments with 5minute break times in between.

You're Lacking in Vitamin R

You're Lacking in Vitamin R

Wondering why you’re remembering information so quickly and its gone by the next class? Try the three R’s! No not Reuse, Reduce, Recycle… but REVIEW REVIEW REVIEW! First, Review your notes the night of the day you take them. Second, review them while you’re doing your homework. Finally, review them right before you go into class. By reinforcing the information three times you are more likely to remember it.

You're a Homework Minimalist

You're a Homework Minimalist

You do the bare minimum to get the grade, but you should actually be utilizing the time you spend on that subject. Before you even start try this Countdown (all from memory): 3- List 3 things you remember from the lesson (if you can’t review your notes or watch a video), 2- Give 2 examples of what you learned, 1- Write at least one question you have. Try to answer it yourself through your notes and videos, and if you can’t then ask a friend or wait until next class for the teacher.

You're a Naive Note Taker

You're a Naive Note Taker

Try revamping your school notes! The biggest thing is to start hand writing those notes, whether on paper or on notability. By hand writing, you can draw/map out concepts, underline key topics that are addressed more than once, and give visual aids to remember the information. Especially, don’t focus on the powerpoint- focus on what the teacher is saying.

You're a Flashcard Fanatic

You're a Flashcard Fanatic

You have stacks on stacks on stacks-of flashcards. To fix this, try making an actual full page study guide that you can include arrows and other graphics to help you connect the material. Plus! you’ll be cutting down on all that paper. The most direct alternative to flashcards is God’s gift to students: Quizlet. You can connect with all the other girls in your classes to share your flashcards! They are electronic, so if you have your iPad, laptop, or even your phone you can always study. Quizlet’s best features are the interactive games and practice tests that it offers to get you ready for assessment day!