Hey everyone! I get a lot of questions from students who have difficulties with doing their homework and start studying after school. I think every student out there has once been in this situation where you are enthusiastically making plans in your mind of all the things you are going to do as soon as you are home and once you are home you are just going to chill on your bed or couch and suddenly it’s way past bed time and you didn’t do the things you wanted to do. When I was in high school, I used to do this all the time and I always felt so bad if I had to rush to study everything for my tests the next day. I came up with something that has helped me a lot to stop this from happening. It’s a really easy tip that I explain in this video:

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Hi everyone, it’s nice to see you back on my website. In this article I am going to explain the best way to remember all your study material. It’s possible that you spend hours and hours on reading or summarizing your book but as soon as you get the test, you don’t remember anything or you do remember some things but not enough to properly answer the question. There are two types of studying: active and passive. Both of them are important but in order to remember the material accurately for the test/exam you need to study actively. I am going to explain both methods in this article, which is hopefully going to help you to understand your own study methods better and maybe even improve them.

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