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Learning tips for exam preparation

1. Get an overview

Which fabric is in demand? It is best to create a list of the relevant topics or a proper learning plan in which the various work phases are documented.

2. The right environment

Lots of space, peace and quiet, the right light, no distractions - these are the ideal conditions for learning well. If you can spread out all the documents in front of you, you don't have to waste time searching. Good light is important in order not to strain your eyes unnecessarily. It goes without saying that cell phones, televisions etc. are not good learning companions. The Internet is often used when learning, but you should really only concentrate on what you are learning and not even check the current status of friends or watch funny videos watch on Youtube.

3. Everything you need

In order not to have to leave the place of learning as long as possible, food and drink should also be provided. All learning materials and writing utensils such as pens, markers and paper should also be close at hand.

4. See, hear, speak

One is an acoustic type and has to read the material out loud, the other is visually inclined and learns better by marking and writing out important passages. Some are mixed types. To find out which method works best, try different learning techniques.

5. Over and over and over again

Repetitions help transfer what you have learned from short to long-term memory. It is also effective to have someone ask you about it. By repeating it in your own words, what you have learned is better stored in the memory.

6. Confusingly similar

If you learn very similar objects one after the other, you run the risk of mixing up content. It is better to choose topics that are as dissimilar as possible when studying several subjects in one day.

7. Game on time

Some people learn better under time pressure and therefore start learning material as late as possible. Of course, this can mean that you can no longer cope with everything. Another way to put pressure on yourself is to do certain tasks in a self-imposed time. This also simulates the pressure during an exam and can counteract exam anxiety.

8. Together to the goal

A study group is also useful to go through the exam material with other students and to get tips from each other. However, it should only be seen as a supplement to independent learning and not replace learning alone.

9. Time out

A 10-minute break per hour to relax, stretch your body, get fresh air and ventilate your head are important to give your brain a break. Checking the social networks for a moment is ok, but shouldn't fill the break (and then, above all, end again).

10. The best comes at the end

Those who have worked hard deserve a reward! Playing a computer game, eating ice cream, doing sports, watching the latest episode of your favorite series - nobody needs tips to find the best reward!