3 Study Methods to Try

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Jordan Spillman, an ENMU student, shares his favorite ways to study.

3 Study Methods to Try

There are plenty of different ways to study and stay on your toes for the next test that you have. For me, if I don't remember a lot on a test or if I don't study, then I usually dread going to class to take the test. This can also be the case for homework; some people will procrastinate on their homework if they don't know how to do it. Hopefully, with these tips, you can be more successful in studying for your classes.

1. Flashcards

Making flashcards and grabbing a friend can be a great way that you could test your wits and see how much you remember. The more and more you go through this process, you will eventually get the information stuck in your head. Make sure to take breaks in between so that you don't burn yourself out.

2. Study Groups

Finding people in your major or classes will help you not only be motivated but can also help you be held accountable for getting your work in on time as well as attending class. Whenever I started my freshman year, my friends and I would always ask each other if we finished our homework.

3. Tutoring

Tutors will usually hold study sessions to help students gather enough information to pass their classes. With a tutor, you will have a secondary source to basically teach you what you already learned. It is a great way to have some reminders of something that you may have missed in class or something that you might not have understood initially.

I hope these study methods help you pass your test and do well in all of your classes.