Successful students don’t spend all their weekend having fun. They set a few hours, especially on the evening before class, to review their schoolwork.
This helps them to be ready to go back to class when another week begins.
One of the best ways to understand and remember what you studied is by exchanging questions and answers with a partner. You can play this Question-and-Answer game with a classmate. Or you can form teams and play by giving marks for correct answers and subtracting marks for each wrong answer. The winning team gets a small prize such as a cup of tea or a pencil for each member, but all participants will benefit by learning and remembering along the way!
There are many pairs of English words that sound alike, but each has a different meaning. For example, affect means to influence, while effect means the result of something. Be careful to use the correct word so that you will not express something different than what you mean to express. Ask your teacher or lecturer; or just check with the Internet, or a dictionary, when you are not sure. Always write the right word!
Always remember that time is a critical resource that you can’t replace when it’s gone. Smart students use their time wisely so that they won’t complain of not having enough time when exams or assignment deadlines are around the corner. Stick a large calendar up on your wall, behind the door, on the wall of a cupboard etc and look at it daily so that you always know the number of days you have before the exam or assignment deadline.
Review reading assignments and exercises just before class, or before preparing your school bag. Then, review what you have learned immediately after class, or on the same day when you get home. This way, you will be better prepared to absorb lessons during class, and will remember what you have just learned.
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