How To Study For a Test in 10 Minutes (And actually learn something)

by Leonardo

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Nobody likes to spend hours studying, neither do I! But now the test is soon, you didn’t even write down the review guide and waited until the night before the test to even think about studying. Yeah I definitely know this feeling… So I created a very quick strategy for test studying! Use the Next/Previous buttons bellow to navigate between pages.

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1. Figure out what to study

When you have a limited time budget to study, you need to make sure you won’t waste time. Your first thing to do now is to figure out what is going to be on the test exactly and review it many times until you learn. The best source to find out what will be on the test is the review guide, but don’t forget to read your notes and ask friends what they remember about that class. Pick up the most important concepts (the most mentioned in classes and notes) and focus on it. You need to be careful to don’t get overwhelmed… but that’s the next tip!

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