Last Minute Study Tips for Students So this time I might share some tips that would be helpful to the others. Quite frantically many people had asked me what are my study tips. Yeah, I used to share it here. The original study style of myself, but this time I'm gonna share the other version. The last minutes study which is not the kind of my style.
Intellectually - I take my school work and studying seriously. I do not want to waste my school days sitting in classes and not listening and not learning anything. My parents pay for me to go to a very good school and by not learning and doing what I need to do then all that money will be a waste. I wat to better myself and be able to go out into the world and get a job that I actually want to do.
Something a little different to answer the question of ‘How should I study?’ I’ve done some research on the main three learning types- visual, auditory and kinesthetic, so just see which one fits you best (you might be more than one), and try out the six most popular methods I’ve found for each. For reference, I’m a visual learner, can you tell? Haha!
Every Successful Day starts with an Inspiration. Here are some tips to be inspired everyday. :-) (Please Save the Image in your Computer∕Device and Zoom it for easy reading) For more travel updates be connected to Travel Universally
STUDY METHODS (PART II) - if you know some other study methods, PLEASE LET ME KNOW! that way i could make a third Study methods post! (I already know some, but they are not enough for a third part) As always, excuse my english if necessary. Encuentra esta misma imagen en español aquí NEXT POST: daily planning printables!OTHER POSTS: • Study methods part 1 here • My study system here #RePin by AT Social Media Marketing - Pinterest Marketing Specialists ATSocialMedia.co.uk
I have this coloring book and absolutely love it! It's is so relaxing and fun to color in your favorite study subjects and learn important topics at the same time. Great for reviewing notes and memorizing!
Mark making tools for Drawing II - students scavenge, assemble, experiment, and make adjustments to tools until they are satisfied. Swatches are created for reference and eventual use in combination with other drawings.