Study Hacks To Increase Performance For Students
Learning how to study is one of the most critical skills a student can learn. We have compiled study hacks that have been proven to work.
According to researchers, the best time to study is between the hours of 4a.m and 6a.m because brain function is at 100%. Between 6a.m and 7:30a.m, brain function is at 50%. By the night, brain function is at 20%.
Eating grapes improves your brain ability to process new information.
Write in blue ink. You are more likely to remember something you have written in blue ink then something you have written in black ink.
Trying to memorize something? Read it 10 times. Say it 10 times. Write it 2 times.
Walk 20 minutes before an exam. Exercise increases performance.
Meditation will help reduce pre-exam stress as it has shown to improve both mental and physical stress.
Teach something you have learned to someone else. It will help you memorize it better
Say it out loud. You are 50% more likely to remember something if you speak it out loud, instead of simply reading it over and over.
If you are doing Homework, listen to classical music. It has no distracting lyrics, and scores are intended to motivate.
Spreeder CX is a free website designed to improve you reading speed and comprehension.
Eating chocolate while studying will help the brain retain new information more easily, and has been directly linked to higher test scores.
Study as soon as you get home from class. That way the information is still fresh in your mind.
Study for 30 - 50 minutes at a time. Take 10 minute breaks in between.
Writing something is equivalent to reading it seven times.
Relate what you are studying to learn to something you already know.
Eat well, sleep well, work hard, exercise and do your best.