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Good Study Habits

            Some good study habits are to figure out how long the or how many chapters you will study. If you are a procrastator you need to start off on something that is interesting to you, for you to get motivated to read and study.When you study you need to be in a quiet, good temperture that fits you and good source of light, so that you can see what you are reading. You need to study for 50 minutes to and hour, then take a break for 10 or 15 minutes, when your time is up you need to get back to reading and studying. A good tip is to make a study guide or just write and outline on what you read and what you understood about that chapter. It is also good to quiz your self to see how much you know, and how much you don't. Whatever you don't understand go back and redo it untill you do understand it. Also comparing notes is a good things to do, because you might have missed something that was very inportant that was going to be on the test that you did not have or something that you didn't need that might have been giving you trouble. To prepare for an exam and get hard at times. You will need to find out when the test will be, what types of questions will be on the test, and maybe how many points are on there, or if there is and bonus questions. It never hurts to ask the teacher and questions, because all they can say is no.You will need to review your notes, make summeries or outlines. It also helps to make questions for yourself. Review a week or two before the exam. Ten traps of studying is, don't know where to begin. You need to make a list of things to do. Priortize . Review and review more and focus on the main topics or the ones worth more points. Also take good notes and discuss with you classmates. Make up questions and test yourself. Cramming everything in the night before don't help any, you might be lucky to pass. Always take short breaks when studying, so you can refresh you memory but don't forget it.