Thursday, June 26, 2014

How To Maximize Learning?

Studying for your school subjects may require a lot of time from you. You need to read books or materials that are lengthy which can consume a lot of time on your part. What if you only have a little time on your hand to study a new language, or to learn mathematical formula or to memorize a poem or to understand an essay, etc?  This is where these useful tips will help you.


1. Know how much time you have.  If you only have 24 hours left to study a particular matter, create a workable schedule for reading, memorizing etc.

2.  Prepare everything before you start studying. Don't lose a precious 10 minutes looking for your notebook or for your pen or for your calculator. Prepare everything.

3. Try skim reading. If the material is too long, you can skim read. This is that thing you often do when you are facing your computer and reading some articles only. Let your eyes glide through the words and phrases picking up only the important points. This works pretty well for easy to learn materials. This also gives you a glimpse of the whole material without reading word for word.

4. Do a 20 minutes study session. What is this? Break your 1 hour to 20 minutes study periods with specific targets. Let us say you target to read 30 pages in 20 minutes time.  Then do another 30 pages in the next 20 minutes and so on. Remember that the brain is so powerful. Push it to its limits.  Focus, focus, focus!

5. Use symbols , colors, shapes, to highlight important phrases, sentences in the material you are reading.  You can go back to these later on during your second reading but only focusing on them and not on the materials you have not highlighted or marked. You have little time left so trying to digest only the most important stuff will ensure you are learning in quality.


In all of these tips, you must have the focus, determination, and the will to accomplish what you want to finish at the end of the time you have allocated for studying. Be responsible, be committed, be focused and do not waste any time learning. 

That's it. 

Be smart!

Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Fish Oil Can Help Your Memory

 Did you know that you fish oil can help your memory? Yes, that is correct. Fish oil is a must for students, reviewees, and anyone in particular who needs some help in improving memory.


Fish oil contains omega 03s which prevents negative effects of junk foods and other non useful fat on our brain, by stimulating the area of the brain that controls feeding, learning and yes MEMORY

High fat disrupts neurogenesis. Neurogenesis is the process that creates new nerve cells in the brain. Fish oil, prevents the damage that these high fat from junk foods and other unhealthy diet  have on our brain. So, if you need extra boost in your memory, why not try fish oil? But first do consult your doctor before taking anything. And remember to always have proper sleep, proper nutrition, and proper exercise as a healthy lifestyle contributes to a healthy brain and a healthy memory!




Saturday, September 15, 2012

How To Memorize Quickly?

How To Memorize Quickly?

Many students face the difficulty of memorizing their lessons. But do you know that memorizing is really very simple. You don’t need to complicate this simple process. Memorize your lessons quickly and with better retention with these simple yet proven steps.

1. Understand what you are trying to memorize. The key ingredient to memorizing faster and better is to know exactly the meaning of what you are trying to store in your mind. Once you understand it, you will remember it better.

2. Repeat and Repeat! Familiarity with the concepts you want to memorize is your aim here. Read and read, repeat and repeat. During this process, you don’t have to force yourself to memorizing. Just repeat the words/sentences or phrases you want to remember. The purpose is familiarity.

3. Focus and concentrate. Now this is the last step. Once you understand and already familiar with the concepts you try to memorize, this is now the time to focus and concentrate on putting these concepts inside your memory. You do this by emptying your mind of other things and just focusing on the concepts.

Once you do all these steps over and over again for lessons or important things you need to memorize, you will be accustomed to this. It will sharpen your brain and will enhance your memorizing/retention ability

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Good luck!

Wednesday, January 11, 2012

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