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skittikinz Group Title

How do you study effectively to get good marks? Give me your tips :)

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  1. Ashley1997 Group Title
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    I just go somewhere quiet or try to make up some kind of game to help me remember stuff.

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  2. julianassange Group Title
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    Make flash cards, go online, do practice tests, anything that is aeasy. watch videos on khan academy.com

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    For math specifically, I like to try to write difficult test questions on the subject I'm practicing. After all, 90% of science is stating the problem; 10% is actually solving it.

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  4. badreferences Group Title
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    Also study over long periods of time. It makes your learning leisurely, and you might learn to enjoy it. ;)

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    go to class take notes does your homework study and no texting or doing facebook at all come to OS when you have questions

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  6. badreferences Group Title
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    1) Invent brain computers 2) Get a copy of WolframAlpha 3) Put copy in your brain. 4) ??? 5) Profit.

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    Practice, Practice, Practice, Practice, Practice, Practice, Practice, Practice, Practice, Practice, Practice, Practice, Practice, Practice, Practice, Practice, Practice, Practice, Practice, Practice, Practice, Practice, Practice, Practice, Practice, Practice, Practice, Practice, Practice, Practice, Practice, Practice, and Practice! My math teacher likes to say on topics that are easy to create your own problems that there is an infinite number of problems for homework. Usually if you do well on the homework and UNDERSTAND NOT MEMORIZE the concept, you'll do fine!

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  8. precal Group Title
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    NO ROYAL ROAD IN MATHEMATICS

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  9. badreferences Group Title
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    All mathematicians are peasants?

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  10. Study23 Group Title
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    And, Never Study the last minute! Cramming doesn't help!

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  11. skittikinz Group Title
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    THANKSSSS <3

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  12. badreferences Group Title
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    Don't study last minute, but DO warm up before the test.

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    Also, if you win the Nobel Prize, you'll probably get a good grade on the test. This is Einstein's secret.

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    Nobel prize in math? Has anyone ever won that? I thought the story goes that the person who created the nobel prize did not like mathematicians.

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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Millennium_Prize_Problems Millenium prize, then.

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  16. julianassange Group Title
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    also, when studying, try to get all distractions out. When you want to play xbox and study its NEVER possible

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    Don't listen to Wikileaks. Go away government informant.

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  18. Study23 Group Title
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    Why ISN'T There a Nobel Prize in Mathematics? Some theories: http://j.mp/OceGVY

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    My way is simple, and very effective. I take studying as a hobby, and not as a burden, like go to school, study for 2 hours at home and blah,blah,blah. Study whenever you feel like, and dont study during exams..(unless you really have to) Majority of my studies is done in classrooms, i burden the teacher with all my questions and problems.... What i feel i am weak at, i practice at home, but not just textbook study, I make up my own questions, push the limits of subject to the outer edges. That helps me understand the basics, and everything is build of basics. PS. Study at night when everything is quiet and you will have greater success. PPS. Study all the time, not just subjects. Make studying a habit, hobby. Good Luck.

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    http://almaz.com/nobel/why_no_math.html this is why there is no nobel prize for math

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