When planning your studies, you are learning systematically. Thereby, you will prioritize what will be done and complete the study easily. If you spend 1 hour to plan your study, you will save 3 hours when doing that job.
2- Study at a time when you think it is appropriate for that subject
You should not study all subjects at the same time. Please allocate a reasonable time for each subject. Ideally, you should take time to relax after every 45 minutes of study to not be boring, over-stressed, leading to distraction and difficult to acquire knowledge.
3- Take notes carefully
When teachers are giving lectures, you should focus attention, take notes of important content and note the words “so”, “so” and “major” that teachers summarize the content.
4- Learn actively, not inactive
For rote subjects, you shouldn’t read them like parrots. Make use of all the senses as you study and try to make your mind visible.
Use sound: Read the words out loud and listen to them.
Use associations: Associate what you are learning with something important that is relevant to your life to increase the ability to remember that knowledge for a long time.
Writing short, enough data is better than writing everything you can write. This way you can “store” the knowledge you have learned through keyword exposure.
6- Always study at the table:
This attitude prepares you both intellectually and physically. Do not lie on the bed to study because you will oversleep when you do not know. Gradually studying will create a lazy habit.
7- Study online:
The advantages of online learning over traditional forms are: consolidating basic knowledge, adding and improving classroom knowledge, flexibility in class time, adjusting study speed, self-direction, Highly interactive, accessible.