Cramming techniques for tests97
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  • 1.  
  • 2.
    • Cramming should be avoided at all costs
    • You should only cram for a test at the last result
    • It is very difficult to take in and retain a large amount of information in a short time
  • 3.
    • Eat some food in order to give you energy
    • Try not to eat food that has excess sugar
    • An apple keeps you awake better than caffeine
  • 4.
    • Find a well lit place with no distractions around to study but don’t get too comfortable
    • Keep a positive attitude because it is hard to study when you become stressed out
    • You have to pick what you are going to study because you can’t study everything
    • Focus on the things that may be worth the most points
  • 5.
    • Focus on the main ideas and learn key formulas
    • Skip the details and only come back to them if you have time
    • Write down key terms and formulas on a separate sheet of paper and keep reviewing them
  • 6.
    • Highlight the important points in your notes
    • Read the chapter summaries
    • Skim through the text and write down key points
    • Study from past tests, review questions, homework and review sheets
    • Take a five minute break an hour so that you can gather your thoughts and let your brain relax
  • 7.
    • If time permits, try to get a least three hours of sleep before the exam so that you don’t fall asleep during the exam
    • Don’t forget to set two alarms