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Marty Lobdell – Study Less Study Smart

1- study for chunks of 25 to 30 min after that do something fun or go away

2- reward yourself after finishing your entire day

3- study concepts firstly, then study facts

4- once you learn the concepts, test yourself and learn actively

5- highlight the important terms

6- our brain is good at recognizing, but it’s not good at recollecting, so you can practice this by testing yourself and learn actively

7- flush out your notes to solidify the concepts in your mind if you’re feeling fuzzy with something, you can ask your friend who takes a good notes or ask your professor in office hours

8- summarize what you have learned by teaching it :

1- it’s useful for recalling the information

2- to ensure that you understand the subject completely

9- to be good at memorizing is to use mnemonics :

1- acronyms : ROYGBIV (red orange yellow green blue indigo violet)

2- coined sayings : as you’re singing a poet about something, you need to memorize

3- image association : to create a story in your head with what you have studied

This guy really took the “teach it to someone else” concept and thought we didn’t notice him doing it.

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Random quotes kill your intelligence

Take care from quotes.
Take care from invented quotes or quotes outside their context.
Leave senseless quotes to bring valuable.
Look for who wrote it and why!

There are people use quotes to distort reality, to manipulate.
Someone uses it to make you feel sad.
Some of them say you’re the victim. That’re you’re right and others doesn’t understand you.
Life isn’t bad for good people, and is better being honest and transparent.
Some say something about real love with women in seductive position. Sometimes almost naked girls.
Take care from quotes.
Read more, analyse, think.
Doubt about what others say and make questions.