Did you know that studying in different locations may help you retain information? If you always study on the 2nd floor of the library, try the 3rd floor occasionally.
You’ll do better on your exams if you get enough to eat before you start each test.
Find educational games to make learning more entertaining.
Research has shown that if you alternate what you study, you will retain more information. This means that if you have several classes, don’t spend 8 hours studying one subject. Change it up a bit. Spend one hour on algebra and then one hour on history.
When you’re taking a test, skim the entire test first to best plan your time and then start with the easiest questions.
There are many other study and test taking tips available at the Library Research Help Desk and in the Learning Skills and Tutoring Center. Stop by.