[NABS-L] Study Methods & Strategies
alpineimagination at gmail.com
Tue Dec 10 08:15:56 UTC 2019
I use a Braillenote Apex and have all the vocabulary words I need to study in one file. For me, it's not re-writing that helps, but reading and re-reading, and going through the words I don't know repeatedly. Another thing I have done (although this probably only works with tricky words for English class) is to create sentences with the words I'm having trouble with to review later. I like creative writing, and I try make sentences relating to either myself or one of the characters about whom I am writing. If you do this, try to be specific: the sentence should grasp your ability to apply the word.
Hope this helps,
> On 9 Dec 2019, at 19:46, Seyoon Choi via NABS-L <nabs-l at nfbnet.org> wrote:
> Hey students,
> Final season is here! Per usual it’s time to get that one Starbucks coffee or that chocolate bar into our system and cram in as much in our heads. I just had a quick question in regards to how you study best, what tools/methods you use that have worked effectively to succeed in final exams, and for some advice of course. I’ve been mainly using Quizlet, which is somewhat accessible but could be better. There is an upcoming exam for me this Friday and am trying to explore some methods and strategies that other students here have used that have worked. Yes, I’m expecting a relatively difficult exam and would appreciate some input from you all. The exam that I’ll be taking consists of about 50 multiple choice portion followed by short answer/free response portion.
> Looking forward to hearing from you all!
> Happy studying!
> Warm regards
> Seyoon Choi
> Political Science
> Undergraduate Researcher - Parks College of Engineering, Aviation & Technology
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