Developing Smart Study Skills

Developing Smart Study Skills

Developing Smart Study Skills Getting the Best Possible Results Study Tips Set a regular time to study Remove all distractions

Have all the necessary supplies Clear a TABLE in a Quiet place to study Find a Good Place to Study This means a desk with nothing on it

except the subject that you are STUDYING Have a regular time and place for studying Make sure you have the following Solid flat surface for writing

Good lighting Chair Books Supplies Clock Drink Before you begin studying Eat Break Have

a plan Have all the materials for that subject Computer, if necessary Rewrite

notes to study Some people like to underline and highlight important ideas and vocabulary Stop looking for excuses NOT to study!! Think

about the END goal your Exam What will you be doing after it!!! Change Habits Form a good listening habit good listening in class Concentrate

on what is going on try and avoid daydreaming You can not listen if you are talking!! Use your time wisely Get a Study Timetable

Stick Get wall it on the wall over your table your exam Timetable and stick it up on the Think about dead time how can you use it

more effectively Help Each Other Liaise with class mates and see if you can get some notes and swap/share notes Look up websites, ask teachers

How to get the best possible results KNOW Review the exam papers Mock Papers spend time doing up these answers again Be a Smart Learner The

key to study is learning to be a smart learner exam questions, exam papers!! Using your time effectively make a timetable Take

time to Study Brain Foods Choosing the right food and drink will make it easier to concentrate and perform better in exams Everyday

Breakfast Oranges Water Healthy snacks Eggs Fish Berries

Raisins Some treats i.e chocolate/crisps Cheese During exam weeks Water Fresh fruit smoothies

Fresh or dried fruits Unsalted nuts Sandwiches Soup Yoghurts Cheese Day of an Exam Eggs/beans/mushrooms on toast Porridge/muesli/weetabix

Bananas, raisins or a fruit smoothie Later on try high protein foods Beans, Meat, Fish, Eggs or Cheese Vegetables and fruit Use a Mind Map

Mind maps are good for the Visual learner Can be used in the exam to help you structure your answer Keys to Study Time

Management Organisation Note taking Concentration Remember your predicted Results

Some links that may help For English www.sparknotes.com www.cliffnotes.com/WileyCDA/ For Irish www.focal.ie/Home.aspx

In general www.skoool.ie www.examinations.ie What Try type of a learner are you an online questionnaire

http://www.vark-learn.com/english/ page.asp?p=questionnaire Why dont you think.. http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=SbJIi6nUs2s

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