1. Prepare a written schedule with your exams and times you plan to study. Also include exercise and relaxation time.
2. Create a Study Log to track the actual time you spend studying for a week. Most students do not study as much as they think. This will tell you what subjects need more attention.
3. Study for a set amount of time and take a short break. Be sure to come back and continue studying.
4. Create questions you think will be on the test and test someone else.
5. Write down information in your own words or express it verbally. If you cannot write or express a definition or formula in detail, you are not prepared for the test.
10% of what we read
20% of what we hear
30% of what we see
50% of what we see and hear
70% of what we discuss with others
80% of what we personally experience
95% of what we teach others