How to Study Smart: 10 Advanced STANFORD Study Tips
- Published on: 9/24/2019
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Whether you're in high school, college, or even medical school, studying is a big part of your life. What if you could study better and save time? Well, the study tips covered in this video will teach you how to study effectively. I traveled to top schools including, Stanford, UCLA, UC Berkeley, and MIT to find the best studying tips. Put them to good use!
I think the general themes are Review and Repetition and Asking for Help. Review RIGHT after class and do not postpone. This will help you memorize your notes faster because you'll know exactly you wrote right after class. The other theme is Repetition. This is the core of studying...there are many ways you can try to speed up your repetition. For example, Ananya said she uses a study technique called "Spaced Repetition." This strategy is to ensure that you don't waste time studying things you already know. Lastly, go to your professors' office hours! Or talk to older college students who've taken the class before. This way, you'll know what to focus on and what to skip. It'll save you a lot of time.
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