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Study Well


How are you getting through reading period?  Have you made a second home in the BLC?  Are you living off of ramen and the kindness of those with later finals?  Instead, try some of these awesome tips from the Huffington Post:

First of all, get your sleep!  A tired brain does not function well.  Sleep to succeed.

For studying material, try re-writing your notes or making flash cards and testing yourself.  The repetitive nature of this study style can make the information really stick in your head.

Try changing your location.  A number of psychologists found that by simply changing your study location, you can improve your memory's retention of information.

See what else you can do to help your study sessions be more successful here!