Today I want to present you my study routine and what kind a technique I use this is may an inspiration for you, I hope so.
First before I get started with my studying I do a list with all of my tests+date organized to which one is first on the top and which one is last on the bottom.
Next I organize What exactly I study on which day to get the best results in the tests. This depends on every kind of subject.
It’s really good to start early with studying for a test, because then you can do “study breaks” or when you have s.th. important to do you can leave out that one day studying and it isn’t going to be dramatic. Here it’s important to leave one day out where you do just relaxing things or things you like. So that your brain&body can rest after these immense tasks for studying.
Then I start with my tasks. On a school day I try to eat my lunch in school so that I can start right away with studying, because I try to keep my time in between studying and not studying low. I learn intensely 30min and then I do a 10min break where I eat something, lay on my bed or watching youtube videos. If I am stressed I do not learn, because I won’t concentrate or memorize anything. I often learn with relaxation music or music which has 528 hz and 7.83 hz. Studying in a library is so good. It keeps me so motivated and calm during my study session. That’s pretty much it for my study routine.
Study techniques I use:
subjects where you have to memorize many things ->Biology, History, Religion/Ethic, Music, Geography, Global Studies, Business subjects etc.
- Mind Palace Method
- imaging the things I read
- putting everything I need to memorize in a weird, stupid, fun story
- watching films
- explain those things to someone else
- memorizing technical words with pictures which explain the meaning of it+ translation in your language
more on Youtube from ronnie white https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3vlpQHJ09do
learning a language subjects: English, Frensh etc.
-go over you last test and correct it -> write down in which specific area (e.g past tense, reading comprehension) you got it wrong
-train your problem areas
-do a list of common mistakes you do
-https://www.ego4u.com (websites with online explanation+tasks)
-daily English/ Frensh etc
-on the weekends watching films or serials in english
-reading a book in English/ Frensh -> to improve grammar+vocabulary
logic subjects: Math, Physics, Chemistry, Computer Science etc
- 4 tasks daily
-understand the basics before the advanced stuff
-do practice problems
-take old exams & correct them or from other students
-problems: visualize it with pics-learn all the ways a problem can be solved
-if you're confused ask for the process not the solution
-not memorizing (only formularies)
-write down questions when doing homework
-keep a small mathematical diary with everything important in it
-find the error(s)+ do it again
-all task I got wrong -> repeat